The festival has kicked off with music journeying across multiple continents.
The finalist in the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition tells us about his whirlwind last three years ahead of his upcoming Australian tour.
Performer-composer Katia Beaugeais discusses her collaborations with other composers, developing new ways of playing the saxophone, and training like an athlete to circular breathe for seven minutes non-stop.
The Canadian pianist and composer tells us about his new recording with Chineke! which features his own compositions alongside Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue.
Fresh from representing Australia at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Russia, the Sydney flute player returned home to take out first place in the Festival's Open Flute Competition.
Biss balances Beethoven: Eight down, one to go in the American pianist’s masterly set.
The Melbourne Composer has taken home the $7000 biennial prize for women composers.
An astonishing performance.
The $100,000 Art Music Fund for 2019 has been awarded to nine recipients for the creation of new works.
Winther’s ambitious solo Bach journey was not without its perils.
Oliver Fartach-Naini's deftly played Suite Latina examines the myriad South American styles that have become an integral part of the guitar repertoire.
Before he embarks on a complete cycle of Bach’s solo works over a single day at the Canberra International Music Festival, violinist Kristian Winther tells us why he’s channelling the monster that never breathes.
Guy Noble reflects on the astonishing pianist whose name lives on in an award from the Accompanists’ Guild of South Australia.