Flautist Tim Munro tells us why John Luther Adams' immersive score is something to crow about.
Cicada song is a vividly Australian sound. Kate Moore tells us how these ‘little stringed instruments’ inspired her new work for the Australian String Quartet.
The Melbourne Composer has taken home the $7000 biennial prize for women composers.
An intimate exploration of three voices whose musical history was inextricably interwoven.
Amazing synergy and synchronicity in this latter-day Pictures at an Exhibition.
South Australia's Coriole Music Festival continues to solidify its position as a unique and intimate occasion.
A stunning spectrum of musical traditions new and ancient.
A spellbinding glimpse at a new era for the ground-breaking Brodsky Quartet.
The world premiere of a new Australian work for theremin and string quartet are among the highlights at this year’s festival.
The piano four-hands duo ZOFO tell us about their modern take on Mussorgsky’s musical gallery experience, which saw them commission 15 brand-new pieces based on artworks from around the world.
Sex toys and silence aid Wollschleger's fractured commentary on our dystopian world.
Mystery and theatre abound in a vibrant finale to a satisfying weekend of high-quality music-making.
A polished contemporary take on some age-old dilemmas.