An accomplished start-up, and a pair of problematic masterpieces.
A teenage Clara Wieck shows her peers just how it’s done.
Nemanja Radulović’s Tzigane fulfils the promise made by his magnificent hair.
Wilson reveals the other side of a British film composer.
Slow and steady wins in Haydn’s orchestral experiment.
Uchida’s crystalline Beethoven combines care with flair.
Growing up with Pinchas Zukerman’s famous tone ringing in his ears, it didn’t take much to persuade Israeli composer Avner Dorman to compose a double concerto to celebrate the violinist’s significant year.
Catching up with the global phenomenon in New York, Clive Paget discovers how those bold interpretations get developed and learns a few of the things that have made an older and wiser Lang Lang into a more rounded artist.
A passionate rendition of Dvořák’s Cello Concerto headlines an impressive program.
Violinist Sonja Schebeck breathes fire into this spectacular double bill.
The oboist tells us about taking a personal approach to music old and new ahead of performances with the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra.
A truly memorable recital in which brilliant technique was used not to blind, but to illuminate.
A winning musical combination to fight the winter blues.