Despite Grieg's blockbuster becoming a white-knuckle page turner, Piers Lane gave a magisterial performance with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
The composer reveals how a recording of an ice core melting broke his heart and inspired this piece of music.
Andrew Haveron, Ben Jacks, Scott Kinmont and the SSO horn section discuss Britten and Shostakovich, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and 50 Fanfares.
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra showcases its highly talented musicians in a program of 20th-century chamber works.
The classical nominees at this year's AIR Awards are Andrew Blanch and Ariel Nurhadi, Ensemble Offspring, Richard Tognetti and the ACO, Jayson Gillham and the ASO, and Joseph and James Tawadros and the SSO.
The Australian World Orchestra again proves its mettle as an orchestra that Sir Simon Rattle said is “not just a national treasure, it’s an international treasure".
The names of the 50 finalists for the APRA Professional Development Awards have been announced, including composers Connor D'Netto and Samantha Wolf, and musical theatre performer/writer Maggie McKenna.
The composers will spend two years with the Australian Composers' School, workshopping music with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
The centrepiece of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's 2021 season, Part 2, is the ambitious, new Festival of Orchestra in November/December.
WASO treated audiences to a warm, colourful program showcasing the sonic range and artistry of Latin American orchestral works.
This compelling, thought-provoking program was given a truly engaging concert by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra under conductor Fabian Russell.
The Sydney and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras have both posted healthy surpluses for 2020 despite the considerable challenges faced due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Phillip Scott responds to our article Do Our Arts Reflect Us? and argues against looking at classical music programming through the prism of 21st-century ideas of diversity and gender equality.