A perfect birthday present: Cecilia McDowall's colourful music in superb performances.
Think you know Pergolesi's Stabat Mater? Think again.
The High Renaissance choral specialists were in superb voice to celebrate one of their heroes.
With wonderful performers familiar with and committed to a sometimes demanding score, this was another triumph for Katy Abbott and the Canberra International Music Festival.
The composer tells us about her new work for Sydney Chamber Choir, which celebrates the life and legacy of Swedish botanist Daniel Solander.
A unique collaboration between Yolŋu songman Daniel Wilfred, Korean-born vocalist Sunny Kim, and trumpeter and composer Peter Knight shows the world is a richer place when we sing together.
With the company’s MainStage program kicking off in May, Antony Pitts and Francis Greep talk to Limelight about how the company is navigating the turbulence of the global pandemic.
Celestial sounds from underground as The Song Company delivers an expert and enlightening performance in Tudor polyphony.
Well-crafted program of French mélodies celebrate a gallic sextet’s centenary.
The Tasmanian vocal extravaganza will this year feature Catherine Alcorn's new show, cabaret duo Amelia Ryan and Libby O’Donovan, Gordon Hamilton's Requiem Recomposed and a tribute to Tasmanian composer Don Kay.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja’s possessed Pierrot is as electrifying as it is exotic
After having to cancel last year, the charming, boutique festival will return in October with two consecutive programs.
The ACC's foray into Fauré, taking in Brahms and Tavener on the way, marks a welcome return.