John Luther Adams invites listeners into the vast desert wilderness.
Calypso, Gershwin and teenage hubris makes for spicy soul food.
Dickson pays homage to folk traditions from north and south.
Chamber orchestration is Mahler 10 as it could have been.
A superbly played conclusion to an enterprising series.
Artistic collaboration and music as a force for change were the themes of Australian art music’s night of nights.
The 19th century’s most romantic of Romantics was never short of an alter ego to embody his complex musical ideas. Ahead of performances of his ever-popular Piano Concerto, Clive Paget talks to Asher Fisch and asks will the real Robert Schumann please stand up?
While the list of finalists this year included several newcomers, the night largely belonged to established voices and previous award winners.
ARCO's smaller forces showcase the sounds of 19th-century chamber music.
Lorelei gets a second life, Opera Australia's digital Aida comes to town, and Simon O'Neill stars in Tristan und Isolde.
Elgar's "other" concerto receives a stunning performance.
Violinist James Armstrong (19) will spend three weeks in Vienna and Salzburg in January working with the top orchestras and chamber groups.
Fiery Latin fretwork in de la Parra’s brilliant gala performance.