The classical nominees at this year's AIR Awards are Andrew Blanch and Ariel Nurhadi, Ensemble Offspring, Richard Tognetti and the ACO, Jayson Gillham and the ASO, and Joseph and James Tawadros and the SSO.
The Ukrainian-born pianist talks about returning to live performance and his love of the Romantics ahead of his upcoming Sydney recital.
A forgotten Russian-Jewish voice receives ardent championing from Jonathan Powell.
The composers will spend two years with the Australian Composers' School, workshopping music with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
Glimpses of what might have been from a forgotten genius.
The 15-year-old Australian violinist has come second in the Junior section of the prestigious Menuhin Competition.
Iranian-Australian tar player and composer Hamed Sadeghi fell in love with his instrument after hearing it on the radio aged 13. Now based in Sydney, he fuses traditional Persian music and jazz with his quintet Eishan Ensemble.
Rather than always expecting classical precision, it’s sometimes cool to be like Harrison Ford and make things up on the spot, says Guy Noble.
Writing a psychedelic violin concerto using sampling and looping proved a trippy trek for Gordon Hamilton.
Curated by Cameron Lam, this month's playlist of Australian art music features new music from 2021 Art Music Fund recipients and the first of the ABC's Fresh Start Commissions.
To encourage developing organists it makes sense to have low-maintenance and flexible instruments that are readily heard and available to listen and learn from, says newly converted Daniel Brace.
Hamed Sadeghi and Steven Oliver discuss their performances in the latest UnWrapped program, which includes First Nations cabaret, contemporary dance, Iranian-influenced jazz, Irish-Danish folk and innovative digital performance.
This Opening Gala program delivered works of markedly different styles and varying performance standards, with two recent Australian works faring particularly well.