Pavel Fischer's Mad Piper captivates Townsville in a lavish feast of folk-inspired music.
The Elektra Quartet explores the wonderful world of Crivici.
Outstanding Aussie compositions with fine performers to boot.
Disappointing Forqueray proves a far cry from expectations.
Writer Jessica Duchen and violinist Karen Gomyo ensure Bach's music remains as fresh as ever.
From Bach and Lieder to world premieres and tango, the AFCM's opening weekend delivers fresh, exciting programmes full of contrast and elan, writes Jessica Duchen.
Argerich and friend join hands to explore a Russian master.
The Omega Ensemble takes us from deeply felt passion to light-hearted pleasure.
Ahead of its Australian premiere, Bernard Labadie talks to Justine Nguyen about his string arrangement of Bach’s towering Goldberg Variations.
Ahead of the ensemble’s anniversary concert, co-founder Jenny Duck-Chong reflects on Halcyon’s first two decades and the state of play for new music.
Queensland Theatre and Malthouse Theatre bring Osamah Sami’s absurd and affectionate memoir to Brisbane audiences.
We caught up with the trio, fresh from their win at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.
The trio of musicians from Russia, Kazakhstan and Germany has taken out the $30,000 Grand Prize and First Prize in the Piano Trio division.