Ahead of the Australian World Orchestra and Australian National Academy of Music’s performance of Messiaen’s  Turangalîla-Symphonie, pianist, writer and Messiaen biographer Peter Hill speaks to pianist Timothy Young about how this mammoth work came into being. (To read  Limelight‘s interview with Peter Hill, click here.)


The Australian World Orchestra and students from the Australian National Academy of Music will perform  Turangalîla-Symphonie under the baton of Simone Young at Arts Centre Melbourne on July 29

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Peter Hill’s recording of Bach’s French Suites is out now on Delphian

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