An emphatic, energetic start to a new year with the first subscription concert for 2021.
An inventive mix of East meets West makes for an appealing debut.
An intriguing blend of ancient and modern works in search of lost innocence.
Boesch’s Schumann dominates a decade in search of new directions.
Rachael Dease's songs are moving, haunting, dark and ultimately unshakeable.
Creating a symphonic song cycle from Behrouz Boochani’s No Friend but the Mountains.
A noteworthy contribution to Australian musical history, handsomely presented.
The composer, conductor and founder of Gondwana Choirs has been named as the 2021 recipient of the award presented by the University of Melbourne and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Della Rae Morrison and Barry McGuire discuss the concert which will blend Noongar music with works by Sibelius, Stravinsky and Copland, and the festival's strong Indigenous component.
A movingly intimate, poignant, quietly mesmerising Müllerin.
A wonderful journey into the raw but refined world of Monteverdi’s madrigals.
Marlis Petersen comes close to perfection across all four dimensions.
Sydney Chamber Choir celebrates its first concert of the year with an elegant, exuberant concert.