A fantastical, cathartic, escapist experience.
The recording is both vivid and natural, with the whole judiciously planned recital throwing new light on Stanford as song composer.
An enjoyable concert, which really stepped up with Fiona McArdle's arrival.
A sculptural portrait of the prolific composer was unveiled last night at the Sydney Conservatorium, while Cheetham herself delivered an inspirational lecture.
Heartache and heat: Joyce DiDonato's startling Winterreise from the maiden’s point of view.
Philippe Jaroussky's star continues to shine brightly in this wonderfully varied recital.
Brett Weymark delivers an affecting performance of a work whose themes still haunt us.
The composer hopes her new work for choir – written during a period when choirs were silenced – will leave the listener uplifted and ready to work to fix the world.
Stanhope's Requiem is a rich, engaging piece for our times, and receives its premiere in a superbly performed concert.
A moving concert, which left everyone present wrapped in a warm, sonic hug.
The violinist and St George's Cathedral Consort were a brilliant programming match in this concert performed beneath a blue whale skeleton.
A magnificent, eclectic recital from a counter-tenor with truly prodigious abilities.
Sydney chorister Ria Andriani traces the hopes and fears of singers during the various COVID outbreaks and the arrival of vaccines.