The Polish pianist, whose latest Mozart disc is Limelight's Recording of the Month in June, explains how each concerto tells a story.
Piotr’s heart of Mozart: Polish pianist plumbs the depths in a couple of Classical masterpieces.
German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter talks about her mentor Karajan, climbing new music mountains, and stalking Daniil Trifonov.
We talk to the Australian violinist, who won the ABC Young Performers Award at 16, about coming home for a string of concerts and debuts.
Debussy under a spotlight perhaps could use a few more shadows.
Review: Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue, Piano Concerto in F (Kirill Gerstein, St Louis Symphony Orchestra/David Robertson)
Protean pianist proves he’s sure got rhythm – and then some.
Another impressive instalment in a masterful Bruckner cycle.
Stravinsky premiere heads a disc that perhaps lacks a Firebird.
Exhilarating performances of two great British symphonies.
The Australian composer of Babe and a host of classical scores has a residency with the Sydney-based orchestra, but the practice actually goes back to the Dark Ages and beyond.
Xavier de Maistre and the Brandenburgs deliver a wide-ranging program full of surprises and hidden treasures.
For some lawyers, playing music is a creative outlet as well as a necessary break from the stresses of the job.
In his new concerto for two pianos inspired by James Gleeson’s surrealist art, Carl Vine asks what’s to be done with two heroes?