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Classical Music

Ahead of his performances in Guitarra, the Australian guitarist chats about his most recent recording projects.
Brett Weymark enjoys exploring the ripe choral masterpiece that the Countess of Albermarle pronounced "disgusting".
The artistic directors of the Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition talk about the competition they founded in 1999.
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 young Aussie chose the guitar because it was totally different from what his siblings played. Now he’s determined to liberate it.
Even in Benjamin Britten’s day, his operatic treatment of Livy’s reported act of Etruscan on Roman violence raised eyebrows.
The pianist talks about the challenges of Rachmaninov, surrendering to the music, and being one with the orchestra.
The composer's new work is the product of meticulous planning, right down to the last dynamic detail.
"Tickets are much cheaper than for most major sporting fixtures" he points out ahead of Queensland Con's L'enfant double bill.

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