The Australian conductor has been chosen as one of 24 young conductors from 14 countries to compete in Copenhagen in June.
Back in Perth for the first time in a year, the maestro shares the challenges and triumphs of conducting opera productions and orchestras across a world in the grip of a global pandemic.
The composer tells us about how diamond-like rain that occurs in space and concerns about climate change on Earth have inspired her new work for the Canberra Sinfonia.
Deborah Cheetham is the MSO's First Nations Creative Chair while Dr Anita Collins has been appointed the Creative Chair for Learning and Engagement.
A sound world that draws you into its shimmering heart.
The SSO showcases the talent within its own ranks in this intimate concert of Bach favourites.
Dane Lam unveils Lyle Chan’s new fanfare in a concert that spans chamber orchestra to organ symphony.
The Met comes up with a neat, COVID-safe solution.
The Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s first Maestro Concert for 2021 was a sure-fire winner, perfectly delivered.
Radiant return to the stage despite some last-minute border decisions.
The German-born, Australian-based Maestro, who is currently QSO’s Conductor Laureate, will lead the orchestra until a new Chief Conductor is announced.
Simone Young breathes plenty of life into familiar repertoire in this belated birthday celebration.
Georgian composer Giya Kancheli, Polish-born violinist Ida Haendel, Spanish conductor Ataúlfo Argenta and historical opera highlights (including Kirsten Flagstad, Birgit Nilsson and Joan Sutherland) are among the treasures.