Ahead of the ensemble’s anniversary concert, co-founder Jenny Duck-Chong reflects on Halycon’s first two decades and the state of play for new music.
Queensland Theatre and Malthouse Theatre bring Osamah Sami’s absurd and affectionate memoir to Brisbane audiences.
We caught up with the trio, fresh from their win at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.
The trio of musicians from Russia, Kazakhstan and Germany has taken out the $30,000 Grand Prize and First Prize in the Piano Trio division.
Five string quartets and five piano trios have advanced to the Semi-Finals, which take place today, ahead of the Grand Finals on Sunday.
Tinalley applies plenty of French polish and Aussie character to boot.
A voyage around the horn from the decades before Mozart.
Musical sommelier Carl Vine gives us a taste of the vintages on offer in this year’s Festival program.
Playing with a chamber outfit in Australia can be a pretty precarious profession. We spoke to some of our finest ensembles about the challenges faced and finding that special ingredient that makes them compelling for audiences today.
Director Andy Packer explains how the text of Beethoven’s Heiligenstadt Testament interweaves with the music of the Australian String Quartet’s Beethoven Widmann Beethoven tour.
An exciting, vibrant program that felt a little too big for the Utzon Room.
Intimate and revelatory takes on Beethoven piano concertos.
Silesian Quartet is the star as Graz˙yna Bacewicz gets her dues.