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.
A moving, intelligent program delving deep into what it means to return.
The Oravas live up to the hype and more in this stunning concert of Haydn, Rachmaninov and Debussy.
Fresh from their recent tour for Musica Viva, Sabine Meyer and Alliage Quintett top The Limelight Chart – our monthly list of Australia’s best-selling classical music albums.
Susanna Borsch's white-hot performance was made for the Glassworks Hot Shop.
A thought-provoking program tracing the stories of those displaced by war across centuries.
Fröst and friends lend style to Messiaen’s prisoner-of-war outfit.
This year’s CIMF continues to build on its previous strengths and uniquely positioned character, writes our reviewer from Canberra.
Cellist Hilary Kleinig talks about creating the score for a theatre work, The Aspirations of Daise Morrow, based on Patrick White’s short story Down at the Dump.
A love letter to the Norwegian capital brings pleasing results.
A fine debut of little-heard repertoire for the baroque cello.