Kathryn Selby presents old friends and exciting rising stars in 2020.
The Australian Haydn Ensemble’s Artistic Director and Principal Violin explains how performing chamber arrangements of Beethoven’s symphonies allows us to find the music’s deeper essence.
The musicians bid farewell to Townsville in a celebratory closing gala.
An ambitious concert that sought to capture whole worlds.
The AFCM caps off the Sunset Series with a cracker of a concert inspired by Jewish music.
Kathryn Stott's musical sorbet proves a meal on its own.
A smartly programmed conversation between baroque and 20th-century music.
Explore the history of Delibes' Sylvia, why Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony was so dangerous, and discover what makes 'Golden Age' instruments so special.
A crack squad from the Australian World Orchestra delivers a thoroughly enjoyable evening of chamber music.
A night of music across the spectrum, climaxing on a surprising note with Schoenberg's beast – Verklärkte Nacht.
A mournful Popper and happy-go-lucky Copland between two immense Czech works.
Two musicians making their Australian debut at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Roberto Carillo-Garcia and Rachael Clegg, take a 1,334-kilometre road trip up the Queensland coast, with instruments in tow.
The renowned German-Canadian cellist tells Jo Litson about using visualisation to tackle stress, his electric cello, and balancing the risks from diving and mountain biking with music.