Guitarist Sako Dermenjian and violinist Anna Da Silva Chen tell us about the pleasures of Piazzolla and how they're challenging the idea that the composer is ‘not serious enough’.
Beloved historic convent hosts excellent annual classical event in unusual spaces.
This well-conceived and executed program speaks eloquently of the ACO’s core strengths.
Nigel Westlake's latest quartet proves a beautiful, deeply affecting "shrine in music."
Susie Park's bluesy Ravel steals the show in Selby & Friends' fourth tour for the year.
The Quartet will tour brand new works by Anne Cawrse and Ross Edwards next year, alongside collaborations with Sydney Dance Company and experience design company Sandpit.
The composer shares the story behind his new work for the Australian String Quartet, a “shrine in music” to the memory of his late sister Kate.
Carl Vine tells us about his swansong season as Artistic Director of the organisation, which celebrates its 75th birthday next year.
Much to celebrate at Melbourne’s new Con, but get rid of the muzak!
Wilma Smith tells us about the new competition, which will run in the years between the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, and how music can learn a thing or two from sport.
Violist Katie Yap introduces us to the period instrument ensemble, who describe themselves as ‘musical explorers’.
Expressive playing makes up for misleading title.
ARCO's smaller forces showcase the sounds of 19th-century chamber music.