Welcome reissue of medieval music-making by a master and his mate.
Voices at 5, a series of short concerts designed to make vocal music accessible to the whole community, is so popular it is back at this year's Festival of Voices in Tasmania.
One and one makes two in streamlined Marais Project release.
Musica Viva has announced the return of the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, open to international musicians under 35.
The inaugural Sunshine Coast Chamber Music Festival gets off to a promising start.
Pianist and composer Ronan Apcar, who is studying at ANU, discusses his new digital recording of four piano works by Australian composer Dulcie Holland.
Bouquets all round for this fresh, appealing and diverse program.
This was an elegant, well-programmed concert by Canberra Symphony Orchestra, with the world premiere of Kim Cunio's CO2 and the Ice Core the clear highlight.
This generous, well-chosen overview of Australian composition by women, curated by Anne Cawrse for Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's She Speaks, was eloquently and sympathetically played.
Founded by Hans Zender, the Happy New Ears Prize for Composition has been awarded to composer and academic Liza Lim.
Easton and friends take us on a journey through perfection and show us the nature of keys.
The organisers of Musical Chairs: The Administrators Orchestra discuss their audacious plan to shake up the arts admin industry.
At last, the book for science nerds no musical home should be without.