Sixteen ensembles will battle it out in Melbourne this July. We take a look at what’s in store for competitors and audiences at one of the world’s great chamber music launching pads.
Nicolas Altstaedt and friends cap off a highly successful UKARIA 24 with a double bill of Schumann and Brahms.
Nicolas Altstaedt channels the symphonic in another fascinating program at UKARIA 24.
Nicolas Altstaedt kicks off UKARIA 24 with a program both intelligent and utterly compelling.
Wade Gregory has taken out the $2000 first prize and will see his work toured and recorded by guitarist Matt Withers and the Acacia Quartet.
The cellist and curator of UKARIA 24 talks about his love of chamber music and what working with living composers can teach us about the music of the past.
Faust makes a musical pact with Bezuidenhout, with heavenly results.
Two piano Rite flourishes in four fearsomely good hands.
A wintry disc successfully expands the repertoire for viola.
McMichael and de Borah prove most loquacious tale tellers.
Forty years young: Canada’s finest continue to delight with a winning formula.
New kids on the block display a remarkable maturity.
Joined by some international guests, the ARCO Chamber Soloists show us just what period instruments are capable of.