Jonathan Grieves-Smith and the Hamer Singers remember the victims of war and violence.
With new software Ria Andriani transcribes musical scores to braille. As the community becomes more aware, she hopes vision-impaired people will find it easier to participate in ensembles and choirs.
Sydney University Graduate Choir celebrates the centenary of the Armistice at the Sydney Town Hall.
Physical choreography adds another emotional layer to this exquisite Renaissance choral masterwork.
Test cantatas and a minor masterpiece see light at last.
Intriguing arrangements of music from the battlefields of World War I.
Orlando di Lasso’s final work, written days before the composer’s death, captures the look Jesus gave Saint Peter at his betrayal. Director Peter Sellars and conductor Jenny Wong tell us about a bold staging for the Los Angeles Master Chorale.
The Australian organist and composer talks about his album of art song, Real and Right and True, and the form that is closest to his heart.
The Chinese composer talks about Bach and the Buddha ahead of the Australian premiere of his new large-scale choral work, Buddha Passion.
The much-loved Australian soprano discusses the world premiere of a song cycle written for her by composer Paul Grabowsky and librettist Steve Vizard, which draws on her own experiences as an artist.
Ahead of the release of his period-instrument Winterreise for ABC Classics, the Australian baritone talks about preparing this monumental song cycle with the help of some 19th-century singers.
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