Kalnits delivers powerful Prokofiev in a new guise.
Old mates Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble tell us about their upcoming recital at City Recital Hall and why live performance should be considered an essential service.
Baroque violinist sheds light on the music of lesser-known followers of Corelli.
Daniel Rojas and Ensemble Apex celebrate Latin American sounds with new tangos and reinventions of old classics.
Rosbaud's Mahler, Boult's LPO recordings and a box of modern rarities from Karl-Heinz Steffens are among this month's highlights.
Well played but is it really necessary?
Janáček’s The Diary of One Who Disappeared is given an exquisite staging before a bold new work tears it to shreds in this intelligent and entertaining double bill from Sydney Chamber Opera.
Jane Sheldon gives a gripping performance in a work that resonates powerfully with the climate crisis.
Some toast-worthy vintages from Baroque ensemble’s cellar.
Julie Lea Goodwin is gorgeous as the merry widow Hanna Glavari, and perfectly supported by Alexander Lewis as Danilo Danilovich.
Wilson cultivates an enchanted garden of quintessential English delights.
This extensive study delves into an “alternate history of music” focusing on those who chronicle and critique music from plainsong to pop.
Top-notch performers and engineering, led by an experienced Donizettian with a keen instinct for how to shape this music.