Artists at the 19th iteration of the Southern Cross Soloists’ annual festival will include the Orava Quartet, pianists Jayson Gillham and Gladys Chua, New Zealand soprano Isabella Moore, violinist, dancer and composer Eric Avery and many more.
Sydney Conservatorium partners with The Women’s Club in Sydney to host a series of recitals highlighting female composers and performers.
Sublime moments were there for the taking at this year's Four Winds Festival, as strangers became friends.
Cameron Lam's latest playlist explores the range and expressive qualities of the clarinet family.
Sir Simon Rattle on Janáček’s Vixen, Paul Dean on his new “Symphony”, Alan Cumming on Adelaide and ageing, and Amanda Harris on representation and cultural appropriation are among the highlights in our next issue.
The composer explains how a fragment from Puccini became the starting point for her tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice, commissioned for the Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Australian Series.
Sydney Philharmonia Choirs' lost season is resurrected by the power of the Passion.
Quickly adjusting its program because of COVID, Jessica Cottis conducted a starry performance, with music ranging from the majestic to the witty to the light-hearted.
Emily Granger and Joshua Batty headline a delightful evening of art, wine, conversation and music at the Ken Done Gallery.
Duruflé's Requiem and Bach's Easter Oratorio were conducted with uncomplicated authority by Joseph Nolan.
With Richard Tognetti and his players embracing change, Bach and the Beyond certainly feels like a taste of things to come.
A year after a terrifying bout of the coronavirus, with blood clots in her lungs, the Australian soprano has finally recovered and is about to play Vitellia in La Clemenza di Tito for Canberra's new National Opera.
The choir kicks off with a tour of Fauré, Brahms and Tavener across regional Victoria with tickets available for digital performances live and on-demand.