A substantial, complex and powerful work which deserves to be heard on the acoustic instruments of a full symphony orchestra
Kathryn Selby and friends offer a delightful, intimate Beethoven celebration in an empty City Recital Hall.
If you love musicals and are aching to see a live show, this innovative live streamed production is a wonderful substitute.
An enjoyable musical experience from a committed trio, offering a pleasant escape from bleak times.
Despite some teething problems with the sound, this was an impressive concert with high quality playing and a fascinating pre-performance talk.
Outstanding performance from a truly scintillating trio.
A refreshing, stimulating program of 20th-century works for flute, oboe and piano.
Tonight's online premiere of four short operas by four Australian women composers is a major achievement for Australia's most inspirational modern opera company.
I bet a lot of other people were clapping enthusiastically in their lounge rooms, too, writes Clinton White.
Elyane Laussade, Nicholas Dinopoulos and Andrea Katz bring beautiful, intimate recitals to Melbourne Digital Concert Hall.
An appealing rather than a dazzling musical, though Kate Maree Hoolihan and Ian Stenlake shine as the lovers in a fluent production.
Review: Steve Reich Music for 18 Musicians (Soundstream New Music, Recitals Australia, Adelaide Fringe)
A fine performance of a rarely heard 20th-century masterpiece.
An uneven program of contemporary ballets from established and emerging choreographers.
Grieg's neglected violin sonatas are a musical dose of vitamin D.
Piers Lane dazzles, charms and calms in these English concertos.
Much more Gold than Corn in this glorious CD.
When storm and stress can be a good thing.
All-Australian Beethoven concerti cycle brings zip and zing to favourites.
Lang’s new opera counts the cost of knowing Glenn Gould.
Stanford’s last opera shows extraordinarily dexterous word-setting.
Castorf’s take on Janáček’s prison opera sure involves a lot of cooks.
Inspired by a real choir, this movie feels familiar yet new.
A film with vim and vigour even though it feels episodic.
Loach’s film about the gig economy leaves you enraged.
A meditative film about creating art and the female gaze.
A rich, entertaining “slice history” of musical Vienna.
Musicians and Addiction looks at the implications of addiction for individual musicians and the industry of which they are a part.
How public and private music shaped life with the Virgin Queen.
One craftsman pays tribute to another in a unique novella.