David Robertson bids a fond farewell to the SSO with gifts from home.
The Northern Territory orchestra’s program spans Shostakovich to ABBA, as well as collaborations with Galpu songman Guwanbal Gurruwiwi and the dancers of NT Dance Company.
Flawlessly performed novelties from patriotic bravado to fantastical.
Vänskä’s Mahler One is not quite the sum of its parts.
Zhang tames a beast and pours new wine into old bottles.
Forgotten English concertos get a Latvian makeover.
Review: Korngold: Symphony in F sharp, Theme and Variations & Straussiana (Sinfonia of London/Wilson)
Hollywood’s lost symphony – more gold than corn in John Wilson’s Korngold.
Berlin's new broom sweeps all before him.
The orchestra has jumped to the top of Ian Whitney’s annual analysis of Australian music advertised in the season brochures of the Major Performing Arts funded orchestras.
To mark his father’s final season with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Ed Frazier Davis is channelling Hildegard of Bingen.
Richard Tognetti and Timo-Veikko Valve showed fine teamwork in Brahms' Double Concerto, while Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony was charming.
Behzod Abduraimov gives a thrilling, powerhouse performance of a Russian warhorse.
The popular Australian Chamber Orchestra cellist tells us about his double bass envy, his love of cooking, and his most awkward moment on stage.