The ACO rescues a beautifully constructed program of Soviet music from the ashes of 2020.
Opening events due to take place this Friday are being rescheduled because of the five-day COVID-19 lockdown in WA.
“Home-grown conductors – Australia needs ‘em!” Christopher Lawrence tells us about the inaugural program, which is one of four new fellowships offered by Create NSW.
Claire Cowan's Hansel and Gretel ballet score is a delectable treat for young and old.
Andrew Haveron braves wild weather as Vivaldi’s concertos are reimagined for the climate disaster of the 21st century.
Rosbaud's Mahler, Boult's LPO recordings and a box of modern rarities from Karl-Heinz Steffens are among this month's highlights.
The CSO’s outgoing Chief Conductor and Artistic Director looks back at his tenure with the orchestra and sets his sights on the future.
A new "Symphony" by Paul Dean will form the centrepiece of a three-city tour.
A three-month program but with an admirable commitment to 100 percent streaming.
The season features Australian guest soloists including Siobhan Stagg, Jayson Gillham and Grace Clifford, a new chamber series, and a new initiative committed to greater representation of women composers.
On International Day of People with Disability, Morwenna Collett explores the ways access and inclusion are gaining increased attention in the Australian music industry.
WASO brings its best to the table with a mighty yet relaxing performance.
A monumental and memorable musical climax, in defiance of the seven long months of silence.