Gallic dreams delight with quintet fireworks, both old and new.
The Benaud Trio are compelling advocates for Luke Altmann in this literature-infused exploration of the composer’s work.
Whether oboe with strings or oboe alone, Celia Craig's Artaria releases are well worth a listen.
Glorious orchestrations shine in works by award-winning Russian based in Sweden.
A forgotten Irish composer is superbly championed by Niall Kinsella.
Audi’s swansong makes compelling case for Orfeo II, Revenge of the Maenads.
The ten-day festival will feature live music from Mahalia Barnes, Elysian Fields, Gai Bryant, Melody Riviera and many more, as well as Brazilian bossa-nova singer and nylon string guitarist Anna Setton streaming in from São Paulo.
Theatres and concert halls will be able to seat up to 1000 people, while restrictions on choirs and wind instruments in schools have been eased slightly.
Lockdown was an opportunity to commission "Listen", a song that has resonated with many.
Fischer’s forces sing a Song of the Earth for the ages.
Persuasive advocacy for a neglected Brazilian master’s songs and piano pieces.
The orchestra’s Music and Memory pilot program, which saw musicians perform live music for people with dementia, has yielded a number of positive impacts.
Marc-André Hamelin wrestles with two piano Goliaths and comes out on top.