No generational divide in rarely-heard French Baroque violin works.
This beautifully balanced concert program by Camerata delivers a fine musical and vocal interpretation of The Conference of the Birds, with added visual elements.
The bumper October 2021 issue contains features exploring the Alice Springs World Chamber Orchestra, arts and the digital world, Max Richter's new album, Circa's classical collaborations, Henry Purcell's early years as a composer, and Australian dramatic soprano Marjorie Lawrence.
A sublime aural dreamscape, painting a whirl of subjective visions into each psyche.
On the streets of suburban Brisbane this month, audiences will see ballet performances and classes, be enrapt in chamber music and listen to an array of sopranos as part of Brisbane Festival.
Deborah Cheetham, Celia Craig, Elena Kats-Chernin, Genevieve Lacey and Katie Noonan are among the finalists announced for the Australian Women in Music Awards.
Emily Sun shines in French repertoire for violin and piano.
Stepping into the void after a COVID cancellation, this quartet of Adelaide musicians delivered a very fine performance of 20th-century French chamber works.
Modern Icelandic works rub shoulders spectacularly with rearranged classics.
Persuasive advocacy by Baldini and Rossi brings Villa-Lobos into vivid focus.
Oboe feast is high on flavour and with a generous dollop of charm.
A new independent touring organisation called Music In The Regions, chaired by Naseema Sparks, has been established to oversee tours by NSW musicians to regional centres not usually visited by classical ensembles.
The "tour of a lifetime" is pared back to a superb digital live one-off for Paul Dean’s new masterwork.