In his new work for the Australian String Quartet, the composer holds a mirror up to the form made famous by Joseph Haydn.
Festival Director Allanah Dopson and harpsichordist Erin Helyard give us a taste of the upcoming festival, now in its second year.
No need to fret with fine performance of Jacobean consorts.
A 75th birthday tribute, lovingly done by all concerned.
Sonata repertoire enhanced by three individual new works.
Some more cutting edge Haydn from a crack British outfit.
Louise Farrenc was the first female Professor of Piano at the Paris Conservatoire, so why haven’t we heard more of her music? Omega Ensemble’s Maria Raspopova pans for rediscovered chamber music gold.
New commissions by Kate Moore and Nigel Westlake feature alongside canon works in the ASQ’s National Season.
Israeli quartet take on the Impressionists in a double bill.
Now in its sixth year, the period instrument band looks to its origins in a season that offers fresh takes on old favourites.
With Mimir returning to the Melbourne Con, we talk to founder Curt Thompson about what to expect from this acclaimed festival in 2018.
Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time the centrepiece in a concert that left the audience far from tormented.
A radiant, bright young trio whose repertoire risks pay off in spades.