Winther’s ambitious solo Bach journey was not without its perils.
Oliver Fartach-Naini's deftly played Suite Latina examines the myriad South American styles that have become an integral part of the guitar repertoire.
Before he embarks on a complete cycle of Bach’s solo works over a single day at the Canberra International Music Festival, violinist Kristian Winther tells us why he’s channelling the monster that never breathes.
Pollini + Chopin = early contender for instrumental album of the year.
McCabe’s ‘lost’ recording of Aussie piano music resurfaces.
Paul Lewis explores the world of the early 19th-century piano.
Exquisite keyboard playing gives Papa Joe an elegant polish.
Tiberghien revels in Liszt’s pianistic holiday snaps.
Guy Noble reflects on the astonishing pianist whose name lives on in an award from the Accompanists’ Guild of South Australia.
The last pre-fire recording of the Notre Dame organ brings Bach into the 21st century.
Erin Helyard produces an extraordinary palette of light and shade in this recital drawn from a manuscript brought to Australia by the artist and diarist Georgiana McCrae.
The boundaries of music and technology blur for a rich and immersive journey.
The experimental pianist tells us about his Piano Ex Machina tour, which comes to Australia this month, and how Internet users can control what he does on stage.