A diverse program of new and revisited all-Australian compositions showcased events and landmarks in our history.
It would be hard to imagine a more enjoyable program than this one played by members of the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra.
Voices and viols meet in East’s free-flowing fantasias.
The Orava Quartet offers up an evening of drama and emotional depth in Hobart.
Kalnits and Csányi-Wills deliver a fitting conclusion to an excellent series.
Two masters combine in an entente, which is very cordiale.
Proust and his posse – a stunning journey into lost time.
Superlative soloists and compelling chamber music from a quartet on a mission.
Supporters will be able to donate up to five bars of a new piece by US composer Nico Muhly, which will premiere in Part 2 of Omega Ensemble’s 2021 season.
A heart-warming, inclusive event with great potential as a model for integrating music and social change.
Artists at the 19th iteration of the Southern Cross Soloists’ annual festival will include the Orava Quartet, pianists Jayson Gillham and Gladys Chua, New Zealand soprano Isabella Moore, violinist, dancer and composer Eric Avery and many more.
The composer explains how a fragment from Puccini became the starting point for her tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice, commissioned for the Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Australian Series.
Emily Granger and Joshua Batty headline a delightful evening of art, wine, conversation and music at the Ken Done Gallery.