Glorious orchestrations shine in works by award-winning Russian based in Sweden.
Undaunted by COVID-19 disruption, concertmaster Natsuko Yoshimoto farewells the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra with a commanding performance of one of Beethoven’s greatest works.
Jordan’s Vienna swansong serves up watercolour treatments of Brahms’ symphonies.
Savall’s Revolutionary fervour brings snap, crackle and pop to five of Beethoven’s best.
As she prepares to lead the West Australian Symphony Orchestra in its return to the concert hall, the conductor tells us what she's been up to during the shutdowns.
Rediscovering a colourful piece of Ballets Russes exotica.
The Australian conductor discusses her synaesthesia, her new role at Canberra Symphony Orchestra, and her love of butterflies.
TSO House will showcase Tasmanian composers past and present, with music available to hire to orchestras, community ensembles and schools around the world.
Trevino reveals himself as a lean, lithe, fresh-sounding Beethovenian.
A siren Song of the Night takes us on a nocturnal journey.
Fine performances from all concerned, but not temperamental enough.
A recording that shows Black Music also matters.
Led by Adès, Beethoven and Gerald Barry make for unlikely bedfellows.