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Ahead of his appearance with the Chinese National Symphony Orchestra, the violinist talks music, audiences, and beauty.
In his new work to be premiered by the SSO, the 'singer/songwriter who grew up' plumbs ancient soul caves where art awaits.
For its half-century celebrations, MYO is staging a series of site-specific concerts in State Library Victoria during October.
The Australian pianist discusses his new Medtner and Rachmaninov disc, Limelight's Recording of the Month for September.
Toscanini venerated it, Tchaikovsky threatened to burn it. Semyon Bychkov delves into the mysteries of Manfred.
The Hungarian conductor on why Mahler's Third is the perfect symphony and why he will never conduct the Eighth.
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.

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