Prodigiously talented young composer unites Iceland and Estonia.
A beautiful “farewell for now” from an ensemble that has been part of the fabric of Australia’s new music scene for 20 years.
Melbourne Chamber Orchestra musicians to blow all our cares away in a delightful concert.
Victorian Arts Minister Martin Foley celebrated the milestone at last night's live streamed concert. Meanwhile founders Chris Howlett and Adele Schonhardt have exciting plans for MDCH.
After playing with the Australian String Quartet for seven years, cellist Sharon Grigoryan will leave in November and be replaced by Michael Dahlenburg.
Married musicians Slava and Sharon Grigoryan have been playing together for five years now and knew they wanted to record together. They discuss their first duo album and why it’s so special.
As the Darwin Symphony Orchestra prepares to perform her new work, the Darwin composer explains how she was inspired by a surreal painting by local artist Kate Eagle.
Little and Lane steer a fine series to an equally fine conclusion.
The Australian composer explains how the COVID-19 lockdown gave he and his violinist wife, Akiko Miyazawa, time to develop ideas for their Perth-based chamber collective Cygnus Arioso.
Aussie quartet rediscovers a 20th-century German master.
The conductor and AD of the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music talks publicly for the first time about his rehabilitation after almost severing his left hand in a garden accident.
Selected from 486 applications to the ABC’s Australian Music Fund, established to support local artists during the coronavirus crisis, the new works will be presented over the coming year.
A thoughtful and enchanting program with masterful playing across five works.