Intimate demonstration of the piano’s capabilities, but odd acoustics frustrate.
Triumphant return to keyboard in Beethoven and Schumann.
The finalist in the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition tells us about his whirlwind last three years ahead of his upcoming Australian tour.
Performer-composer Katia Beaugeais discusses her collaborations with other composers, developing new ways of playing the saxophone, and training like an athlete to circular breathe for seven minutes non-stop.
Fine performances, not without some whimsy.
Fine playing from an Australian guitarist in New York.
Early piano musings from a neglected symphonist.
Schiff reborn guarantees revelations aplenty.
Four young pianists from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music will battle it out for the $12,000 grand prize.
Fresh from representing Australia at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Russia, the Sydney flute player returned home to take out first place in the Festival's Open Flute Competition.
As part of a major art project presented by the University of Melbourne, five young artists currently have their work on show in Florence.
Gerhardt’s solo Bach shrugs off the straitjacket for a set to live with.
Roscoe completes glowing tribute to overlooked master.