With ticket sales up 12 percent on last year, the Festival’s 25th anniversary year has been its most successful ever.
An astonishing performance.
The inclusion of Andrew Schultz's opera at CIMF was an inspired stroke.
Brilliant playing in a cross-channel debate.
A shaky start transforms into an evening of very fine music-making.
A spellbinding glimpse at a new era for the ground-breaking Brodsky Quartet.
Winther’s ambitious solo Bach journey was not without its perils.
Roland Peelman reveals the scope of his ambition for the CIMF's 25th anniversary in a spectacular opening concert.
Before he embarks on a complete cycle of Bach’s solo works over a single day at the Canberra International Music Festival, violinist Kristian Winther tells us why he’s channelling the monster that never breathes.
Featuring Ute Lemper, requiems, Rossini's Il Viaggio a Reims, ZOFO's new Pictures at an Exhibition, the Bolshoi Ballet and the AWO's Alexander Briger.
The fugue has long obsessed composers and musicians, who have found in it pinnacles of intellectual and spiritual expression. Canberra International Music Festival's Artistic Director unravels the mysteries of the complex form, with which Johann Sebastian Bach praised God and King.
The greatest voices of all time. Why women in the ballet industry are at a turning point. Charlie Chaplin's secret life. Andreas Ottensamer. Bach.
The Brodsky Quartet, Ntaria Choir and Bach for breakfast are all on the menu at the Canberra International Music Festival this year. We talk to the Artistic Director about his plans.