Benjamin Northey and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra present an incredible exhibition of virtuosic mastery.
Soul-baring Sibelius works its magic in a dynamic performance by the SSO.
An entertaining afternoon of music led by multitalented conductor and double bass soloist John Keene.
A great night and a much-needed spark of hope for less troubled times ahead.
Much like his Spirit of the Wild oboe concerto, the composer’s new double guitar concerto for Slava and Leonard Grigoryan was inspired by a trip to Tasmania with environmentalist Bob Brown.
If you call a piece Symphony, the weight of history bears down on you, says Paul Dean as he talks to Christopher Lawrence about his new work celebrating the Australian World Orchestra's first decade.
The violinist and Musica Viva FutureMaker chats to Limelight ahead of his tour with Konstantin Shamray and the ANAM Orchestra.
Review: Berg: Violin Concerto, Seven Early Songs & Three Pieces for Orchestra (San Francisco Symphony)
Gil Shaham shines in Berg's heavenly Violin Concerto.
Review: Bruckner: Symphonies Nos 2 & 8, Wagner: Meistersinger Prelude (Gewandhausorchester, Andris Nelsons)
Nelsons negotiates both the foothills and the peaks in triumphant Bruckner.
Virtual orchestra revives underplayed works but not same as real thing.
Not your usual swansong: Andrew Schultz celebrates the maali, Perth's black swans.
The music of Poul Ruders at its most accessible.
Review: Robert Simpson: Symphonies Nos 5 & 6 (London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra)
First hearings of two powerful symphonic statements.