Kathryn Selby has a few tips to help the individual resonate amidst the background noise of corporate music making.
★★★★★ Intimate recital by Siobhan Stagg and Eidit Golder a real treat.
★★★★☆ A beautiful collection of works, performed with virtuosity, style and grace.
Future Makers claims to be “Australia’s most holistic artist development initiative for professional musicians today.”
★★★★★ Impeccable artistry from Italy’s oldest chamber ensemble.
★★★☆☆ Maybe not marvellous but certainly strong playing from the Benauds.
The annual APRA AMCOS Awards celebrating “diversity and vibrancy” sees increase to first time nominees this year.
Linos Piano Trio and Noga Quartet named winners of competition’s seventh outing.
Mark Isaacs reveals how, in his imaginative new chamber symphony, it will be the voice that rocks the cradle.
Baroque specialist, harpsichordist and pioneering conductor of Handel opera passes at 80.
★★★★★ Ravel’s Trio the crowning glory of a thrilling and memorable French concert.
New music has always been a source of fear and confusion, but is that any reason not to programme it?
The British-born violinist will lead the Perth-based orchestra from August.