Much choral food for thought as Paul Stanhope passes the baton.
A celebration of the art of orchestration through music by Ravel, Canteloube and Strauss.
Ballads by candlelight caused the odd swoon, but needed more naughty and less nice.
Baroque bouquets aplenty, if only the garden had been a little smaller.
One of the world’s very finest choirs transports us to the gates of heaven.
Andrea Keller’s uniquely powerful music makes for a stunning season opener.
An ode to Handel featuring an ode by Handel, that St. Cecilia would be proud of.
The Alpine festival has assembled what could be the finest line-up of artists in 2015.
The highly acclaimed Countertenor will headline the inaugural year of the early music festival.
The St Louis Symphony, led by SSO’s chief conductor wins Best Orchestral Performance.
Perth conductor and Melbourne soprano among 99 recipients in the latest round of funding.
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