Sublimities mark the curious case of Georgy Sviridov.
The renowned choral conductor discusses taking the Sydney Chamber Choir on a sea voyage through maritime disaster to epic adventure.
The Australian organist and composer talks about his album of art song, Real and Right and True, and the form that is closest to his heart.
The Chinese composer talks about Bach and the Buddha ahead of the Australian premiere of his new large-scale choral work, Buddha Passion.
A labour of love from one of our most respected tenors.
A 17th-century European union still bearing excellent fruit.
A Latvian pastor’s son now has a powerful universal message.
Teddy takes the middle road to be in Scotland afore ye.
A new foray into Schubert Lieder proves an ideal partnership.
Fortune smiles on The Orlando Consort yet again.
In the high art of countertenors Mehta shows he’s all class.
Blessed be the Bliss-makers, for they have rediscovered a long-forgotten gem.
Ahead of the release of his period-instrument Winterreise for ABC Classics, the Australian baritone talks about preparing this monumental song cycle with the help of some 19th-century singers.