Theory versus practice? Sally Whitwell weighs in on what exactly being a composer is all about.
The Artistic Director of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music reveals 2015’s red-hot lineup.
An evening of sumptuous music making, from the plains of South America to war-torn Russia.
CIMF Artistic Director Roland Peelman shares why Einstein is his inspiration.
A few inconsistencies fail to blight an otherwise exhilarating conclusion to this year’s Festival.
A modern music sandwich, with Baroque and Classical bread, offers something for all tastes.
In an evening of chamber music treasures and musical accomplishments, Maisky reigns supreme.
Mischa Maisky is the aristocratic icing on this opening night musical cake.
Two top string quartets come together in Williams’ Fado-inspired Saudade.
A chat with the man who held his nerve to see Hobart Baroque rise like a phoenix in Queensland.
Conductor Jessica Cottis shares her top essential works of modern Australian music.
In an exclusive interview the Dutch virtuoso talks about Brahms, her Stradivarius and her musical family.
Sixteen ensembles to battle it out in the seventh international chamber competition.