Rachmaninov’s godliness underlined by Osborne’s cleanliness.
One of the foremost interpreters of Bach, the Hungarian-born, English pianist tells us about his favourite composer, what counts as interpretation, and studying with the fierce Ferenc Rados.
Devilishly good settings inspired by the Bible’s naughty book.
Plowright gives a Czech composer a fair Suk of the sauce bottle.
Have violin, will travel is Muresanu’s musical mantra.
Emotionally gruelling traversal as Bowes scales musical Everest.
Hewitt’s latest batch of Beethoven is as tasty as ever.
Benjamin Alard embarks on a project of a lifetime.
The New York-based Australian pianist tells us how after the September 11 attacks, Bach's Goldberg Variations were the only thing that made sense.
The 27-year-old from Brisbane has taken home the $27,000 First Prize.
Hurtling to fame after winning the BBC Young Musician Competition at 10, the English pianist talks about giving up on music, crafting a program after Rubinstein and his love of Ravel.
With Moye Chen’s ‘worlds’, it’s a case of three out of four ain’t bad.
Pahud flies solo with works old and new, but Solo fails to land.