Sir Andrew Davis navigated thrilling musical worlds both known and unknown.
Alexander Gavrylyuk hurls Brahms' furious musical thunderbolt in the second instalment of the SSO's mini festival.
Alban Gerhardt brings Dean's colourful new Cello Concerto to life with subtlety and fire.
From hallucinations to the awakening brain, Australian composer Carl Vine tells us how images from neuroscience have become interwoven with his music ahead of the premiere of his new symphony.
Scenes from a life x3: A trio of British composers are reborn in masterly, moving documentaries.
The Metropolitan Orchestra's Chief tells us about Shostakovich's uncharacteristically cheerful Second Piano Concerto ahead of TMO's all-Russian concert.
One of Sydney's most exciting young orchestras, Ensemble Apex brings a party atmosphere to Sydney's Lower Town Hall.
Melody Eötvös will join five other composers whose works will be read and recorded by The Philadelphia Orchestra in September.
Richard Tognetti tells us about a wide-ranging season, at the centre of which is the return of Bill Henson's Luminous.
QSO Music Director Alondra de la Parra talks to Limelight about a 2019 full of contrasts.
Nicholas Milton's 2019 season with Canberra Symphony Orchestra spans classic masterworks to new Australian music.
Review: Bruckner • Wagner: Symphony No 7, Siegfried’s Funeral March (Gewandthaus Orchestra Leipzig/Andris Nelsons)
Another milestone is reached in Nelsons’ fine Bruckner pilgrimage.
Bach and Glass make a pair of interesting musical bedfellows.