All ticket proceeds will go directly towards supporting the artists, Artistic Director Alex Raineri says of the festival’s third iteration, which will be delivered entirely online.
In the composer's 250th anniversary year, ABC Classic will count down his top 100 works as voted on by audiences.
The music writer spent her time in COVID-19 isolation reading Aaron Copland's book What to Listen for in Music, but has decided not to interrupt inspiring notes and harmonies with questions.
Sheku’s Elgar sees him filling some very big shoes indeed.
Thomas Adès’s complex new works benefit from the master’s touch.
Love affair with Ludwig started with Mickey Mouse record player.
Karabits’ Weimar forces deliver more incendiary Liszt advocacy.
Birthday surprise: Bezuidenhout delivers vivid period performances.
The founder of The Harmonious Society of Tickle-Fiddle Gentlemen tells us about his new Finger album, Limelight's Recording of the Month in June.
Chamber music from Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, Amy Dickson's intimate Solo Sessions project, and a documentary about two avant-garde icons are on the menu in this week's classical music column.
Let’s hear it at last for “The Ingenious Mr Finger”.
Clive Paget recommends modern masterpieces from the Met, Rattle’s damnable Faust, and a seven-year-old Yo-Yo.
The Canberra Symphony Orchestra's newly appointed Artistic Advisor shares her love of her hometown and her plans for its orchestra.