The Australian violist, who returns home to perform with the Australian World Orchestra this year, talks about her instrument, inspirations and starting a music series in an underground fortress-turned-dance club.
Review: Harold en Italie & Les Nuits d’été (Tabea Zimmermann, Stéphane Degout, Les Siècles/François-Xavier Roth)
A great deal of pleasurable listening to be had.
Review: Anna Thorvaldsdottir: AEQUA (Cory Smythe, International Contemporary Ensemble/Steven Schick)
Portrait album revels in Thorvaldsdottir’s brand of Icelandic magic.
Smart new music for the young will calm both hearts and minds.
Transylvanian quartet enjoys sinking teeth into Bartók.
Violinist Ben Dollman, who directs Adelaide Baroque's performance at the Adelaide French Festival, explores the unique music that flourished in the court of the Sun King, Louis XIV.
All trumpet and drums, but taken to a rather higher level.
In Isserlis’s hands, muscular Chopin meets starry Schubert.
Irving decks the Emperor’s fiddler out in smart new clothes.
Violinist Simone Slattery talks about her avian collaboration with cellist Anthony Albrecht, which tours Tasmania in January.
English tenor Ian Bostridge, the Brodsky Quartet, Irish-Canadian mezzo Wallis Giunta and Austrian clarinettist Andreas Ottensamer are among the artists heading to the Sydney Opera House next year.
With no fewer than five world premieres, Alicia Crossley and the Acacia Quartet invite the audience into a world of musical story-telling.
Greta Bradman's tribute to her homeland tops The Limelight Chart – our monthly list of Australia’s best-selling classical music albums.