A beguiling concert of rich textures and finely spun melodies.
Pipa virtuoso Wu Man, saxophonist Amy Dickson and cellist Johannes Moser are among the guests on Artistic Director Kathryn Stott’s second Festival program.
Pianist Ying Ho and cellist Jonathan Békés's extraordinary recital was a gift.
The rising star composer tells us about working with the Flinders Quartet, Brett Dean, and the perspective you get learning a work from the inside.
Omega Ensemble's intimate launch with a trio of trios.
Pianist Kathryn Selby tells us what she looks for in musical friends ahead of Selby & Friends' Root Position tour.
Solar-powered launch to Haydn specialists' season complete with birdsong.
Cello and piano take the listener on a musical journey in Natalie Williams' new piece for British cellist Natalie Clein.
Cellist Natalie Clein's heartfelt advocacy makes for a fine disc of Clarke, Bridge and Vaughan Williams.
The beloved festival of food, wine and chamber music in Mudgee will close its doors this November.
Experimental and improvised music festival Audible Edge has retained much of its rough-and-ready community origins, whilst growing in scale and significance.
Pianist Nicole Tj and violinist Thomas Lo, co-founders of anon., tell us about their 18-week music series, Bach X Reimagined, inspired by the National Gallery of Victoria's Escher x nendo exhibition.
The Australian violist, who returns home to perform with the Australian World Orchestra this year, talks about her instrument, inspirations and starting a music series in an underground fortress-turned-dance club.