One hundred, not out: a fine celebration for St John’s.
A rough-hewn musical woodcut brings plenty of raw beauty.
Finley and Lintu show Saariaho’s heart and soul.
Boyd brings his painterly touch to works inspired by Goya.
Opposites attract in scintillating recital of British piano rarities.
Triumphant return to keyboard in Beethoven and Schumann.
Tasmanian wilderness inspires a starkly powerful drama.
No emotional punches pulled despite the dogs and children.
Alard amazes again in second volume of his complete Bach.
Fasten your seat belt! Steven Osborne’s return to Beethoven is a wild ride.
Australia’s favourite homegrown label turns 50 with new birthday.
Muses Trio proves Clara Schumann is first among equals.
Brodskys and friend tackle Sir Edward’s chamber works.