Jonathan Grieves-Smith and the Hamer Singers remember the victims of war and violence.
With new software Ria Andriani transcribes musical scores to braille. As the community becomes more aware, she hopes vision-impaired people will find it easier to participate in ensembles and choirs.
An appealing mix of ancient and modern from one of our finest.
Debussy’s canvasses coloured by two masterly musical painters.
Connolly’s crafted recital proves a thing that dreams are made of.
Today’s stars pay homage to a superstar of the 15th century.
Barton proves her worth in moody song fest debut.
Sydney University Graduate Choir celebrates the centenary of the Armistice at the Sydney Town Hall.
Physical choreography adds another emotional layer to this exquisite Renaissance choral masterwork.
Test cantatas and a minor masterpiece see light at last.
Intriguing arrangements of music from the battlefields of World War I.
Orlando di Lasso’s final work, written days before the composer’s death, captures the look Jesus gave Saint Peter at his betrayal. Director Peter Sellars and conductor Jenny Wong tell us about a bold staging for the Los Angeles Master Chorale.
West eggs on English trio to a second volume of Parry songs.