Wolfe delivers a powerful remembrance of a tragic event.
Second recording of Henze’s oratorio worth the wait.
Music by the 93-year old English composer will feature in Sunday masses throughout Lent at St Peter's Catholic Church, Toorak, and in a special concert.
A deeply moving, thought-provoking and timely oratorio.
One of the UK's finest young vocal ensembles mesmerises a Perth Festival audience with sublime harmonies.
The US composer/conductor explains how he came to fuse Bach, Beethoven, cowboy songs, gospel and blues in his oratorio about the murder of gay student Matthew Shepard, being staged as part of Mardi Gras.
Nothing succeeds like excess: a grand anniversary tribute to Berlioz.
Peter Mattei brings a Wozzeck-like intensity to Schubert's lost soul.
For close to 3000 years, people have turned to the Book of Psalms for consolation. For nearly as long, composers have transformed these texts into some of the most profound music imaginable. Justine Nguyen explores how a unique choral project sees four choirs perform all 150 Psalms set to music by 150 different composers over the course of 12 concerts.
Lemieux’s marine explorations find her perfectly afloat.
Reference sound is preaching to the choir in vivid colour.
Starry musical soirée finds Kožená and Rattle at their most relaxed.
Schubert gets a master’s touch plus Brahms to die for.