No musical bushrangers here. The Australian Boys Choir flourishes in its 80th year.
Ahead of a chamber performance that will put the MSO Chorus in the spotlight, chorusmaster Warren Trevelyan-Jones explains why Brahms’ music is still so relevant today.
Verdi's great Requiem given a stirring performance by Brisbane's community choirs and the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra.
A splendid showcase from a choral music icon.
An auspicious and joyful start to Gondwana’s birthday celebrations.
The vocal ensemble has gone through a number of changes recently, and its latest program, Harmonic Histrionic, is like nothing the group has done before.
In 1989, Lyn Williams founded the Sydney Children’s Choir, now part of the national Gondwana Choirs. She tells Jo Litson about the excitement of developing an essentially new genre in Australia, and of celebrating the 30th anniversary with the Gondwana World Choral Festival.
From Rattle’s Mozart to English alt-rock band Muse, these are the four albums the energetic violinist is listening to this month.
The renowned Australian vocal ensemble will live on thanks to the intervention of ‘a significant donor’.
The Balkan superstar, known for his infectious, gypsy-inspired songs, and his message of peace, is about to perform some old and new songs in Australia.
The composer and soprano tells Jo Litson about Eumeralla, the first major Australian choral work written in an Indigenous language.
Truncated version of the classic not short on power and passion.
The composer's new multi-choral work for Sydney Philharmonia Choirs is his largest yet. He explains how Bach's Magnificat and the 'bullet time' technique from The Matrix inspired his music.