In Mozart, Barenboim plays the Yin to Yang’s Yang.
American self-styled bad boy’s violin music ain’t bad at all.
San Francisco outfit’s admired Shostakovich cycle rides again.
A gift for 2018’s centenary composer.
Our writer spends a weekend by the Murray at the Albury Chamber Music Festival.
Omega’s gumboots are made for dancing.
The Australian composer's new double violin concerto for the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra sits back to back with Bach.
These Serenata concerts are not only a delight to experience but also represent an essential home-grown component of our soul.
Jazz and classical fuse in new take on Claude’s preludes.
It celebrates its 40th year with six inventive programs next year.
From fine food and wine to Bach in the Barns, the festival celebrates the wonders of what Tasmania has to offer.
The French cellist's Vivaldi disc is Limelight's Recording of the Month in November. He tells us why the Red Priest's sonatas are in his DNA.
Queyras and his co-musicians add some glitter to Vivaldi’s bare torsos.