A sparkling account of the New World from Xian Zhang and the MSO.
Expressive performance breathes fresh air into an old favourite.
Chiesa brings to light a trio of rare Italian cello concertos.
Chen’s salon fare is fine, but is Bruch the elephant in the room?
Brilliant Bartók as German violist goes Hungary.
Ahead of her return to Australia, the German violinist tells Jo Litson how she used to listen to her parents make music under the grand piano, as well as her special connection to Hindemith.
We spoke to Maria Grenfell and Thomas Misson about their new works for the Hush Foundation ahead of performances by the ACO Collective.
The SSO shows off its moves in collaboration with flamenco master Juan Carmona.
Norwegian maestro Eivind Aadland will commence a three-year engagement with the TSO from 2020.
Next year’s season includes guests from violinist Andrew Haveron to oboist Diana Doherty, plus the orchestra’s first ever choral collaboration.
The Chinese composer talks about Bach and the Buddha ahead of the Australian premiere of his new large-scale choral work, Buddha Passion.
Evocative music from saxophonist Nick Russoniello and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Gun-Brit Barkmin returns, Siobhan Stagg is the orchestra’s first ever Artist-in-Association, and a raft of stellar soloists and conductors make this a jam-packed season.