Aaron Choulai takes out the 2014 Freedman Fellowship.
A private invitation into the mind of the world’s most influential diva.
Melbournians fly the flag for Oz with a walloping Royal Albert hall debut.
Tequila disguised as a slice of lemon; musicians in cages; Bach in the dark.
Wit and affection for new music make for an accessible program.
Bravura Brahms from Robertson and burnished Strauss from Brewer.
Australian Voices give orchestra a piece of their mind in an unusual concert.
Coked up to the eyeballs, Simon Phillips’ outback elixir refreshes the parts.
Australian masters lead future music-makers in an inspiring night of passionate music making.
Star tenor lives up to reputation and more in operatic night to remember.
Likeable young ensemble on track to raise the piano quartet stakes.
Barker in her element, to the extent that she may be playing herself.
Bell’s Moliere is so poetic that Diana Simmonds’ literary fancy took flight.