Sir Andrew Davis, Alondra de la Parra and David Robertson are about to conduct their final concerts as artistic chiefs of the Melbourne, Queensland and Sydney Symphony Orchestras respectively. Here’s a look back on their time Down Under.
Donald Runnicles offers up a rich and often exquisite meditation on death.
Don't let the name fool you – this concert by the Australian Chamber Orchestra is larger than life.
The winners were announced at the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address at Melbourne Recital Centre, presented this year by Deborah Cheetham.
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra bring a pair of fine Australian works to the Big Apple.
A weird alternative world: a roller coaster of horror and humour.
The cellist tells us about his evolving relationship with Elgar’s beloved Cello Concerto ahead of his performance with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Donald Runnicles and the SSO pair Messiaen and Bruckner in a concert that touches on the divine.
A full-length ode to the music and legacy of Mozart.
The violin star makes his return to Queensland with virtuoso showpieces.
Through rain, hail and shine, Andrew Haveron and the SSO take us through four seasons from the old world and the new.
Composer Joe Chindamo discusses how he’s reworked one of the most well-known pieces of music for Perth Symphony Orchestra.
The ACO Principal Violin and founding Director of ACO Collective looks back on her 25 years with the orchestra, the constantly exciting music-making, and the mind-blowing growth of the organisation.