Karabits evens the score in Walton’s Symphonies.
Zehetmair’s fleet spring refreshes an old warhorse.
Editor at Large Clive Paget went to Florida to meet the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra chief, new music fan and trusted friend of Bernstein who founded a far-sighted musical academy at Miami Beach.
Konstantin Shamray brought plenty of pyrotechnics to this performance with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Ahead of their Intimate Voices concert in Parramatta, the SSO Fellows talk about the intensive training that has them running like a well-oiled machine.
American fivesome go commission crazy for an addictive album of surprisingly cool string quintets.
Ahead of Ensemble Q’s first concert for 2018, the cellist talks about the new concerto written for her by Co-Artistic Director Paul Dean.
A video of the conductor bravely persevering as his T-Rex costume deflates around him is taking the Internet by storm.
An accomplished, thoughtfully rendered Debussy recital from Lucy Crowe.
The Chinese Pipa player talks about her instrument’s role in traditional music and the discovery that inspired her latest concert.
Danish Trio with a dash of Aussie prove old heads on young bodies in impressive Carnegie debut.
Curtin University’s Rhythmos Choir is the only Australian ensemble to be invited to perform in The King Singer’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
Christian Li is the youngest of six competitors in the junior category of the prestigious violin competition.