Bach and Glass make a pair of interesting musical bedfellows.
Blundell finds a lost musical home where the buffalo roam.
It turns out that there’s more to Ginastera than a malambo.
Tortelier finds a Frenchman who went his own way.
"The cello is being treated as a cello, and not as some trumpet-violin gone crazy," the German cellist says ahead of the world premiere with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
An energetic symbiosis between Camerata and Julian Bliss.
At long last, Joseph Twist's setting of text by British Cardinal John Henry Newman will receive its world premiere.
The August 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine features the thrilling ride to international Wagnerian glory of Australian Heldentenor Stuart Skelton.
Get your copy of Limelight Magazine's August 2018 edition featuring Stuart Skelton, Kate Mulvany's adaptation of The Harp in the South, Carl Vine, Dame Joan Hammond, and the orchestras on the world's fringe who are thriving.
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The TSO is honouring its outgoing Managing Director Nicholas Heyward with a new composition prize in his name.
The Slovenian conductor, whose tenure as Chief Conductor finishes in 2018, will return to the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra to conduct orchestral and operatic concerts over the next three years.
Chief Conductor Jessica Gethin talks about the orchestra’s new mindful concert experience, C.A.L.M., which offers a chance to decompress and escape the afternoon commute.