The Forelle Ensemble, a new Sydney-based piano quintet formed by young violinist James Armstrong, has made its debut with its Schubertiade Opening Concert.
The Australian Haydn Ensemble explores some of the arrangements that allowed amateur musicians to recreate large-scale works in a domestic setting.
The names of the 50 finalists for the APRA Professional Development Awards have been announced, including composers Connor D'Netto and Samantha Wolf, and musical theatre performer/writer Maggie McKenna.
The Tasmanian String Quartet emerged because of the impact of COVID-19 on music in Tasmania, and is proving to be an impressive chamber ensemble.
Despite making redundancies last year, Opera Australia has posted a sizeable deficit. "It doesn't look pretty," says CEO Rory Jeffes, but he believes OA is now better placed to deal with further disruptions.
The composer tells us about his new work, which was commissioned by Mark Wakely in loving memory of Steven Alward.
Mozart fragments get a dazzling finish in world premiere recordings.
Second album from Australian space-obsessed quartet shows promise.
Now into its 36th year, the Australian String Quartet continues to evolve, develop and re-energise the genre, as it shows in this impressive concert.
Aimez-vous unnecessary fiddling with Brahms?
This year's brilliantly programmed and performed Coriole Festival showed that Australian music is indeed alive and well.
A pronounced “ari-o-sa” in airy reading of Biber’s trio sonatas.
A new chamber music series offers an intelligent, beautifully played program in a glorious heritage venue.