Russia’s Sretensky Monastery Choir has a turbulent 600-year history and international clout. The choir’s regent Nikon Zhila tells us about its history and ethos ahead of performances at the Adelaide Festival.
The Song Company delves deep into the Eton Choirbook in vibrant performances with an edge of danger.
Elaine Chia has been inundated with messages of support after penning an open letter in response to negative comments about City Recital Hall’s co-presentation with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite.
A splendid start to the season, with storytelling at the forefront.
Fascinating collection of rarities from the romantic side of Mons. Fauré.
The ACO and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir interweave Bach and Pärt with ethereal beauty.
Brett Dean's Hamlet on DVD, Stuart Skelton's debut recital album, and Pinchgut Opera are among the finalists.
A fitting memorial to Czech music’s most vocal advocate.
Many moments of grandeur, but should you set sail in it?
Rare treasures from a master music printer and publisher.
Backward look at masterpiece brings a winter of content.
Review: Harold en Italie & Les Nuits d’été (Tabea Zimmermann, Stéphane Degout, Les Siècles/François-Xavier Roth)
A great deal of pleasurable listening to be had.
In Sydney to work with Gondwana and the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, the renowned British choral conductor talks about the power of choral singing and why for the UK, Brexit is the biggest single disaster of his lifetime.