Jonathon Glonek tackles the violinist's ultramarathon.
The Australian conductor has been chosen as one of 24 young conductors from 14 countries to compete in Copenhagen in June.
Back in Perth for the first time in a year, the maestro shares the challenges and triumphs of conducting opera productions and orchestras across a world in the grip of a global pandemic.
Soprano Jessica Aszodi excels in Berio's groundbreaking Folksongs.
Levit himself deserved six out of five stars for his performance, but there were a few technical issues.
Magnificent moon-lit music that illuminates cultural history.
An absorbing and essential lesson in the art of listening.
Sydney chorister Ria Andriani traces the hopes and fears of singers during the various COVID outbreaks and the arrival of vaccines.
The composer tells us about how diamond-like rain that occurs in space and concerns about climate change on Earth have inspired her new work for the Canberra Sinfonia.
Deborah Cheetham is the MSO's First Nations Creative Chair while Dr Anita Collins has been appointed the Creative Chair for Learning and Engagement.
Directorial genius brings Prokofiev’s sex-and-exorcism-fest to life.
In a video series that pairs modern masterpieces with new Australian music, the musicians of Ensemble Offspring capture the stillness and anxiety of 2020.
A beautifully programmed concert, which provides a snapshot for the Incredible Floridas: Chamber Landscapes series at UKARIA.