Drinking songs, but not as you know them.
A Tunbridge Wells tenor’s debut disc proves the real Italian deal.
Matthias Goerne beckons you towards the sunset in this glorious recital.
A stunning, multi-faceted disc from distinguished mezzo.
Guy Noble owns up to a bad case of PCSD–Post-COVID Stress Disorder – manifested in unusual bouts of negativity, foreboding and absent-mindedness.
Don Kay discusses his new piece premiering at the Festival of Voices later this month.
Brett Dean helps riff on the Brandenburgs, Lise Davidsen cements a rising reputation and Rachel Podger delivers six new – yes new – Mozart sonatas.
Voices at 5, a series of short concerts designed to make vocal music accessible to the whole community, is so popular it is back at this year's Festival of Voices in Tasmania.
Bouquets all round for this fresh, appealing and diverse program.
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.