FX Roth and his band blow hot and cold most beautifully.
Harriet Cunningham celebrates the “madness” that led to the formation and running of the period ensemble as it launches a program celebrating the past and the future.
Review: À Portuguesa: Music by Scarlatti, Boccherini et al (Andreas Staier, Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música)
Some great Iberian music here, but don’t Lisbon to the title.
Several tastes of Holst, both before and after The Planets.
Daniel’s Mahler comes up bright as a new penny.
A well thought-out program, spanning 100 years from Janáček to Reich.
The Song Company delves deep into the Eton Choirbook in vibrant performances with an edge of danger.
Solar-powered launch to Haydn specialists' season complete with birdsong.
Elaine Chia has been inundated with messages of support after penning an open letter in response to negative comments about City Recital Hall’s co-presentation with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite.
He is regularly reviled as something of a monster, but as Michael Scott Rohan finds out, a closer look at Richard Wagner – and in particular his music – reveals a more genial side to the German composer.
Cello and piano take the listener on a musical journey in Natalie Williams' new piece for British cellist Natalie Clein.
The classically trained singer-songwriter, composer and indie pop star has been crowned the winner of Eurovision – Australia Decides for her song Zero Gravity.
A musical Russian arc from a modern English maestro.