The Don't Stop the Music campaign, a national appeal for unused or unwanted instruments launched by the ABC, Salvation Army and Musica Viva, has seen astonishing results.
When the student’s band director approached instrument makers Conn-Selmer, they came on board with a custom-made clarinet engraved with his name.
In Sydney to work with Gondwana and the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, the renowned British choral conductor talks about the power of choral singing and why for the UK, Brexit is the biggest single disaster of his lifetime.
The legendary cellist’s Strauss with Adrian Boult gets a reissue on vinyl.
Poetic pianist takes us not too gently into that good night.
Lugansky’s quite at home in multifarious music-scapes.
Review: Anna Thorvaldsdottir: AEQUA (Cory Smythe, International Contemporary Ensemble/Steven Schick)
Portrait album revels in Thorvaldsdottir’s brand of Icelandic magic.
The portable TravelBass can be assembled and disassembled in five minutes.
Forget your troubles and set sail with Royal Caribbean’s BRAVO Cruise of the Performing Arts. As Jo Litson discovers, it’s a wonderfully relaxing way to indulge in an almost endless supply of music and food, not to mention some tropical island bliss.
Amber Wagner blazes as Puccini’s icy princess.
The beloved singer will receive the Awards' first ever Honorary Fellowship at a ceremony later this month.
In 2018, Estonia celebrated the centenary of its independence by opening the new Arvo Pärt Centre. As the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir prepare to tour together, we look into the prism of Pärt’s music, with the help of the composer’s son Michael Pärt.
Goodyear’s fresh Beethoven out of the box worth the wait.