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Orchestral

How did Rosetti's Requiem come to be chosen for Mozart’s memorial and why has it largely disappeared?
How a boy playing flamenco passing his front door set this master on the path to musical fame and fortune.
The composer's new work is the product of meticulous planning, right down to the last dynamic detail.
For all the banter and the ping pong balls, Asher Fisch and WASO has proved a match made in heaven.
The London-based Australian violinist talks about playing with the Sydney Youth Orchestra again after her time abroad.
Jonathan Henderson will premiere the Australian composer's new work with the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra.
In turbulent times, says the violinist touring Australia, compassion becomes the stock in trade of composers and musicians.
Ahead of performances with WASO and ASO, the French-Canadian pianist explains the challenges of Chopin and Saint-Saëns.
Daniel Barenboim and Charles Dutoit help us discover the private pianist behind the public persona.
Messiaen biographer Peter Hill explains the personal pain behind the pivotal work in the French composer’s career.

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