The boundaries of music and technology blur for a rich and immersive journey.
It's #AussieAussieAussie as Tognetti flies his musical flag in the Big Apple.
The young cast sure can dance, but lacks the dramatic chops to sell this dark tale.
A remarkable and original new work showcasing many facets of Chinese culture and Renaissance Chinese literature.
Omega's all-Mozart program was never less than beautifully played, but more lightness and wit could have made it really sparkle.
A promising take on Schubert's colossus of a work, though depth will come with experience.
Hungarian State Opera allegedly asked its white cast to sign a paper saying “African-American origin and identity are an inseparable part of my identity”.
The performance forms one of Ma's "days of action", a feature of his six-continent The Bach Project tour which brings him to Australia this November.
Peggy Glanville-Hicks should be a national icon. So why is she not better known? Hugh Robertson, Label Manager at ABC Classic, explains how the ABC is raising the profile of Australian women composers.
A feast for clarinet-lovers, but not without some spice on the menu.
The best of Sydney in Melbourne’s best room.
The all-Russian program showcased the range of WASO's musicianship beautifully.
Review: Stravinsky: The Soldier’s Tale (Roger Waters, Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival Musicians)
Waters’ multiple personalities bring Stravinsky to life.