The Australian festival of chamber music
A close friend of Piers Lane, the British pianist admits he will be a hard act to follow. We talk to the AFCM’s new AD about old ideas and new brooms.
Artistic Director Kathryn Stott has unveiled her first program for the Festival, with a swathe of new artists, premieres and plenty of old favourites.
As Piers Lane prepares to pass the baton at this year’s AFCM, we look at the life and career of a great Australian pianist.
He realised early that if he wanted his instrument to be taken seriously he had to perform contemporary music.
Francis Gouton and the Orava Quartet tackle a Schubert mammoth.
A Rolls Royce line-up takes a musical Winter Palace by storm.
It’s Bach, Jim, but not always as we know it.
Don’t let the title fool you – these are classics as you don’t often hear them.
From Mozart’s Classical perfection to the dark turbulence of Taneyev, music shows it’s power to emote.
A marathon day of Bach brilliance, crowned by two astonishing Anderszewski performances.
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