Growing up with Martha Argerich as a friend of the family, there was no way he wasn’t going to be a pianist. He talks to Justine Nguyen about his Queensland Symphony residence and his musical credo.
We speak to David Robertson as the SSO looks to the future in a season of blockbuster concerts and new appointments, from Lang Lang’s return to Stuart Skelton in Peter Grimes.
The South-Korean pianist discusses her first solo recital tour in Australia and how she’s getting to grips with a challenging world premiere.
Osmo Vänskä’s new disc proves he’s no flash in the pan.
Ahead of the Australian premiere of her Pulitzer Prize-winning Violin Concerto, we talk to the composer about the Beatles, gender bias and why the number 1726 had audiences scratching their heads.
Hough rocks the Rach Pag while Edwards' Earth Spirit Songs soar again.
Nothing less than true musicianship from pianist Stephen Hough.
We caught up with the 15-year-old violinist who has won $5,000 and an engagement to perform with the orchestra in 2019.
Tuck’s second Czerny concerto disc proves Beethoven’s mate far from second rate.
Heavenly Twins: Vaughan Williams’ Fifth and Sixth prove two sides of a classy coin.
The conductor talks about his recording of Vaughan Williams' Fifth and Sixth Symphonies with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Limelight's Recording of the Month in July.
Following the AWO’s 2015 with Zubin Mehta, the orchestra will return to India for three concerts in September under the baton of Artistic Director Alexander Briger
The famously stern maestro brought the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to a halt after noise from the audience interrupted a quiet moment in the music.