The Board of Directors has announced that the Company, which is renowned for performing chamber vocal repertoire, must regretfully cease operations.
Chailly brings untiring energy to this musical curio, but is it enough?
Not-so-serious business about life and love in Christie’s latest.
Ehnes’s lark takes wing, but Manze’s sea remains becalmed.
Jaroussky and L’Arpeggiata reach for the musical heavens.
The composer and soprano tells Jo Litson about Eumeralla, the first major Australian choral work written in an Indigenous language.
After a shaky start with Dvořák, the penultimate concert built to a jovial close with a work by Edgar Meyer.
Bella Italia: a German duo embraces Wolf’s sunny South.
Truncated version of the classic not short on power and passion.
The composer's new multi-choral work for Sydney Philharmonia Choirs is his largest yet. He explains how Bach's Magnificat and the 'bullet time' technique from The Matrix inspired his music.
MSO brings life and vigour to Verdi's mass for the dead.
The best of Sydney in Melbourne’s best room.
Ancient and modern come together in perfect harmony.