Australian composer Jim Coyle tells us about the indefatigable Cornish preacher, who is the inspiration for his energetic new work for The Metropolitan Orchestra, Dancing with Billy Bray.
Roth finds charm and freshness galore in his HIP Ravel volume two.
Miguel Harth-Bedoya sheds new light on an old warhorse.
Brett Dean conjures a dramatic debate between philosophers in his final concert as SSO Artist in Residence.
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 70th birthday in high-octane style.
20th-century US symphonies in 21st-century Swedish sound.
Coppélia can be fun, but this one is lacking its proper lustre.
DG couples the opposite sides of a composer’s polemic.
A freewheeling line-up of guest conductors and concerto soloists will keep the orchestra on its toes in its year between Chiefs.
In her new oboe concerto for Celia Craig and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Judith Weir looks at how 'the school oboe' shaped her career.
Style and sensitivity from French cellist Gautier Capuçon before Vladimir Ashkenazy gives us a peek behind Strauss's closed doors.
Sharpen, who first heard the orchestra play at age seven, will begin a five year contract in 2019.
Ahead of his residency at ANAM, the Scottish conductor explains how Mozart's three final symphonies contain every emotion of the human spirit.