Tetzlaff’s coupling proves endlessly illuminating.
The standout CDs of 2019 plus music for your Christmas stockings, Bran Nue Dae at 30, David Williamson's final curtain call, and we interview Richard Mills.
Levit goes full cycle – pianist stakes his claim as a Beethovenian for contemporary ears.
In Baltimore, if music be the food of love, play on indeed!
Lesser-known works get sparkling treatment.
Revelations in store as voices are silenced no more.
Revived sonatas thrill, but what a pity there’s no more.
Bach, Beethoven and beyond: Scandi foursome refract a beam of musical light.
David Robertson bids a fond farewell to the SSO with gifts from home.
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra was a formidable music force under outgoing Chief Conductor Sir Andrew Davis.
The mezzo-soprano takes home a purse of over $30,000, which will allow her to advance her career overseas.
The Australian pianist is recording a series of albums featuring the music of Beethoven’s favourite pupil, Carl Czerny. She explains why she has reassessed the composer, and salutes his own Emperor concerto.
Committed to the Suffragist cause, Ethel Smyth gave up music for Holloway Prison.