The Dublin-based Australian flute player and new music specialist tells us about the joys of curiosity and collaboration.
Four world premieres and a chamber-sized Mahler among the highlights in Omega's 2019.
Ahead of directing the Australian premiere of Rossini’s Otello, the legendary director waxes lyrical about the qualities of this overlooked masterwork.
The classical crossover group on leaving Simon Cowell, their Timeless tour, singing Adele's Hello in Spanish, and how not to burn out.
A typically thoughtful, superbly performed concert including two Australian compositions.
Brett Dean conjures a dramatic debate between philosophers in his final concert as SSO Artist in Residence.
Whiskey and opera: the perfect combination for a chilling site-specific performance in a cemetery.
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 70th birthday in high-octane style.
The experienced arts leader will take the reins in January 2019, and has flagged “fresh approaches” to supporting Australian arts and culture.
Victorian Opera celebrates the centenary of Debussy’s death with an accomplished production of his only, highly enigmatic opera.
The warnings about not getting plenty of shut-eye are enough to keep you awake at night, so how do touring musicians do it?
Engaging Andriessen, turbo-charged Rachmaninov, and Robertson's Sibelius is even better second time around.
The guitarist’s second volume of Bach’s Cello Suites has nabbed him the award for the second year in a row.