A varied concert of music and dance that embraced past, present and future.
An extraordinary performance by William Barton and Véronique Serret.
Three Mozart concerts at the Canberra International Music Festival create curiosity and intrigue.
With wonderful performers familiar with and committed to a sometimes demanding score, this was another triumph for Katy Abbott and the Canberra International Music Festival.
A diverse program of new and revisited all-Australian compositions showcased events and landmarks in our history.
It would be hard to imagine a more enjoyable program than this one played by members of the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra.
This CIMF concert introduced two instruments that were new to most in the audience, and the premiere of a new piece by composer Brian Howard, this year’s composer-in-residence.
This Opening Gala program delivered works of markedly different styles and varying performance standards, with two recent Australian works faring particularly well.
A unique collaboration between Yolŋu songman Daniel Wilfred, Korean-born vocalist Sunny Kim, and trumpeter and composer Peter Knight shows the world is a richer place when we sing together.
A beautifully written coffee table book and a valuable way of getting to know a man we all would like to get to know better, writes Clinton White.
What can a grand old European city tell us about life in Australia today? Roland Peelman chats with Julian Day about how new music and First Nations musicians play an essential role in this year’s Vienna-themed Canberra International Music Festival.
In this issue we look at Alan John's iconic opera The Eighth Wonder, ABC journalist Sally Sara's debut play, Roland Peelman's Vienna-themed Canberra International Music Festival and Vasily Petrenko's COVID-beard.
The outpourings of over 200 women formed the basis of a song cycle or musical ‘blog’.