Captivating Lieder from a forgotten master of song.
The choir kicks off with a tour of Fauré, Brahms and Tavener across regional Victoria with tickets available for digital performances live and on-demand.
Brett Weymark delivers an affecting performance of a work whose themes still haunt us.
The composer hopes her new work for choir – written during a period when choirs were silenced – will leave the listener uplifted and ready to work to fix the world.
A beautifully programmed concert, which provides a snapshot for the Incredible Floridas: Chamber Landscapes series at UKARIA.
The composer spent more than 20 years working on his Requiem. He shares this long journey, which ends on March 13 when the composer conducts its premiere with the Sydney Chamber Choir.
We speak to the composer about his symphonic song cycle with Lior, Compassion, which has had a rich performance history since it premiered in 2013.
The professional classical vocal quartet will blend new and old repertoire.
Andrew Ford’s new project proves the right idea for strange times.
Creating a symphonic song cycle from Behrouz Boochani’s No Friend but the Mountains.
The composer, conductor and founder of Gondwana Choirs has been named as the 2021 recipient of the award presented by the University of Melbourne and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Sydney Chamber Choir celebrates its first concert of the year with an elegant, exuberant concert.
Hannah French explores the life, music and mysteries of a remarkable Venetian whose exquisite vocal works are without parallel.