An auspicious and joyful start to Gondwana’s birthday celebrations.
Travel through time in compelling musical voyage down the Loire.
Tenor makes a refreshing change on Bostridge’s French odyssey.
Elgar’s court of King Caractacus is just passing by Brexit Britain.
A welcome exploration of the younger, more intimate Schütz.
Wondrous stories: Daucé brings Charpentier’s church tales to life.
This concert by Van Diemen's Band with mezzo-soprano Lotte Betts-Dean warmed the heart in a wintry Tasmania.
Impossible to pigeon-hole, the multi-talented artist offered an evening that mixed pop delight and cabaret intrigue.
The vocal ensemble has gone through a number of changes recently, and its latest program, Harmonic Histrionic, is like nothing the group has done before.
In 1989, Lyn Williams founded the Sydney Children’s Choir, now part of the national Gondwana Choirs. She tells Jo Litson about the excitement of developing an essentially new genre in Australia, and of celebrating the 30th anniversary with the Gondwana World Choral Festival.
A significant step in Australia’s journey of reconciliation.
The renowned Australian vocal ensemble will live on thanks to the intervention of ‘a significant donor’.
The Australian Chamber Choir is exploring a new concept in its latest concert, which it is performing in Australia and around Europe.