A well-played concert but a missed opportunity to send a strong message of artistic intent.
Siobhan Stagg, Asher Fisch and WASO fire on all cylinders in this unusual program.
Italian violinist Lorenza Borrani delivers a fiery, otherworldly concert with the ACO.
Seamless, vital performances that speak to the long-standing relationship between Daniel Harding and the musicians.
Benjamin Beilman, Giordano Bellincampi and the TSO deliver a truly outstanding evening of music.
Asher Fisch paints vivid musical landscapes in the SSO's Scottish concert.
Eight talented young musicians will take part in the ACO's prestigious mentoring program.
Now in his 40s, the one-time ‘boy wonder’ tells us about Abbado’s Mahler, the importance of giving Bruckner back his Austrian accent and the endless joy of Mozart.
Ahead of his trip to Tasmania, the young American virtuoso extols the joys of Tchaikovsky’s Concerto and defends it from the criticisms of its first dedicatee, Leopold Auer, and the venomous Eduard Hanslick.
The intersection of classical music with other genres such as rock and pop is growing fast, with novel sounds emerging. But what should we call such collaborations? Classical music? Serious music? And how did the division between highbrow and lowbrow music first come about?
An exhilarating concert showcasing the talent on offer from a band that blazed the HIP trail in Australia 30 years ago and is still going strong today.
In her new piece for the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Heather Shannon draws on both her classical training and work with indie rock band The Jezabels.
Wynton Marsalis and David Robertson deliver a special concert, and not the kind of program we hear often.