The season features Australian guest soloists including Siobhan Stagg, Jayson Gillham and Grace Clifford, a new chamber series, and a new initiative committed to greater representation of women composers.
On International Day of People with Disability, Morwenna Collett explores the ways access and inclusion are gaining increased attention in the Australian music industry.
WASO brings its best to the table with a mighty yet relaxing performance.
After a difficult 2020, DSO announces an ambitious, diverse season featuring new works and collaborations with Indigenous artists, as well as old favourites.
A monumental and memorable musical climax, in defiance of the seven long months of silence.
The program may have been unsurprising but the compelling concert kept the audience on the edge of their seats.
Off the back of a challenging year, the period instrument ensemble announces its most ambitious touring season yet.
A stunning and overdue set of Franz Schmidt’s symphonies.
Paavo Järvi talks to Clive Paget about his recording of Franz Schmidt's symphonies, Limelight's Recording of the Month in December.
From the wild ride of Anna Clyne's Stride to a bristling Grosse Fuge, the ACO reminds us of what we've been missing with the concert halls closed.
The ACO’s hybrid live and digital offerings include world premieres by Thomas Adès and Holly Harrison, along with collaborations with Belvoir and a brand new cinematic work, River.
The QSO's 2021 season features three new commissions by Australian composers and a focus on the orchestra's own musicians.
A truly sensational discovery says fasten your seatbelt!