The Sydney Symphony Orchestra's Chief Conductor tells us about recording the orchestra's new Westlake and Reich disc, Limelight's Recording of the Month in May.
High Spirits: Meditations on modernity showcase virtuosity and technical brilliance.
An utterly compelling performance by Russian pianist Yulianna Avdeeva.
The Australian conductor tells us about growing up in a musical clan, founding the Australian World Orchestra, and reducing the work load to better enjoy performances and time with his young family.
One of classical music’s famous failures, Beethoven’s Violin Concerto tanked at its premiere in 1806. What’s less well-known is how the notoriously difficult composer was persuaded to recast it for piano.
A well-deserved tribute to a beloved musician.
The composer tells us about Rituals of Heartland, inspired by a magical, snowy childhood in Ukraine and her daughter's vivid imagination.
We spoke to the SSO's Associate Principal Trumpet ahead of concerts celebrating his 40-year anniversary with the ensemble.
One phoenix, two lovelorn singers, and a slippery tuba as Nessie come together at the hands of a fine Scottish composer.
The German clarinettist tells us about the instruments that lay under and on top of the piano, career choices and the challenges and pleasures to be found in Mozart, Weber and working with Yuja Wang.
Price, and at a bargain price: an overdue American discovery.
Jessica Cottis and Stuart Skelton will perform at this year's Proms, with Brett Dean composing a musical birthday gift.
An impassioned performance with fervent stage presence from Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma.