As Sydney Chamber Choir premieres his new song cycle, Joe Twist discusses his musical inspirations, and working between Hollywood and Australia on animations to the concert hall.
A Rossini showcase puts on a display Dulcamara would be proud of.
Eva Kong's well-chosen program, entertaining story-telling about her operatic life, and vocal skill made for a thoroughly enjoyable recital.
This monumental, unforgettable, deeply moving experience left the audience silent for a full minute before the roaring applause rang out.
Martha Marlow is a performer of deep introspection, who captivates on an intellectual and emotional level, giving pause for a reflection on the power of words.
The concert from The Song Company, which features a new arrangement of Gavin Bryars' minimalist classic, Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet, is fascinating acoustically and visually.
The vocal chamber work is based on the friendship of botanist Vera Scarth-Johnson and Guugu Yimithirr man Tulo Gordon, and involves Tulo Gordon's nephew Derek Rosendale.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
Lockdown in a global pandemic gave soprano Sonya Yoncheva the opportunity to realise a long-held dream and return to her musical roots. So, where does ABBA come in?
Christopher Latham explains the motivation behind the 200-strong Vietnam Requiem, a project he hopes will enable the healing of those who were harmed during the war.
Debut recording is the cap on this soprano's astonishing few years.
Review: Ralph Vaughan Williams: Folk Songs Volume 2 (Mary Bevan, Nicky Spence, Roderick Williams, William Vann, Thomas Gould)
More revelations, both laughing and lurid, from Vaughan Williams.
Jacob Mühlrad's postmodern musical tower of Babel gives food for thought.