Wynton Marsalis and David Robertson deliver a special concert, and not the kind of program we hear often.
With the orchestra’s lease at Circular Quay ending in December and delays to new studios in Pier 2/3, the orchestra will have to find a new home in 2020.
The clarinettist and conductor will perform Mozart’s masterpiece with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra before jumping on the podium to conduct Paul Dean’s brand new Clarinet Concerto.
Luke Styles’ strong score is impressive in this new chamber opera, though the storytelling could be developed.
Frustrated by the confines of classical music, conductor Charles Hazlewood formed the British Paraorchestra for professional musicians with a disability, which is on its way to the Perth Festival.
Harriet Cunningham celebrates the “madness” that led to the formation and running of the period ensemble as it launches a program celebrating the past and the future.
A well thought-out program, spanning 100 years from Janáček to Reich.
The SSO goes wild in a festive season opening gala to mark the start of David Robertson's final year.
The MSO’s Chief Conductor got a surprise when he began conducting Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries in Toronto on his 75th birthday.
Natsuko Yoshimoto is the newest custodian of the 18th-century violin, which she took for a spin in the orchestra's Season Opening Gala on the weekend.
The ACO and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir interweave Bach and Pärt with ethereal beauty.
WASO’s former Assistant Conductor returns to lead the orchestra’s season-opener after a whirlwind few years.
The Sydney ensemble's fourth year will see it perform music by composers from Mahler to Varèse, in concerts small, medium and large.