Fiery Latin fretwork in de la Parra’s brilliant gala performance.
In his new concerto for Amy Dickson, Matthew Hindson harnesses the incredible flexibility of the soprano saxophone.
Composer Lachlan Skipworth tells us about collaborating with Numbulwar musician Don Nunggarrgalu on a new work commissioned for the orchestra's 30th birthday.
With Stalin bearing down on him, Shostakovich withdrew his monumental Fourth Symphony at the very last minute, consigning it to a drawer for the next 25 years. Mark Wigglesworth tells us why the score was so dangerous, and how the composer’s music changed forever.
Richard Tognetti’s 30th season with the ACO features four brand new works, four Australian premieres, Stuart Skelton singing Mahler, and, of course, plenty of Beethoven.
Richard Tognetti and Bill Henson explore the spaces between light and dark.
New York's premier summer festival may not be mostly Mozart these days, but it sure has plenty to offer.
Johnny van Gend will be the first ANAM student to participate in the Bavarian State Opera’s Orchestra Academy as part of a new partnership between the two organisations.
A colourful, folkloric concert that warmed up the Sydney Town Hall for the SSO's seasons to come.
Dove gets his due: Maximum colour and excitement from a post-minimalist.
Beethoven and Bruckner in a night of dramatic contrasts.
This issue includes features on Léo Delibes' Sylvia, Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony, Golden Age string instruments, and composers Schumann and John Kander.
Explore the history of Delibes' Sylvia, why Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony was so dangerous, and discover what makes 'Golden Age' instruments so special.