Lacey creates lines of beauty care of an old Dutch master.
Andrew Aronowicz is mostly a composer, but sometimes writes words. He has had performances with the Tasmanian and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras, and was a 2013 Australian Youth Orchestra Fellow, which is how he met the lovely people (his words) at Limelight.
Articles by Andrew Aronowicz
Lubimov touches the right nerve celebrating the Hamburg Bach.
The Milstein sisters find plenty of gold in search of a musical mystery.
Tiberghien shows there’s much to be gained from holding back.
Impressive maturity in Cho’s Debussian dream album.
The ACO serves familiar favourites alongside the new in a refreshing season opener.
The Sixteen shine in their fifth album exploring Polish music.
With his opera Hamlet coming to Adelaide in 2018, the composer-violist-conductor reflects on a year of successes.
Baltic is definitely beautiful, but is it all-too-easy listening?
Winning British programme to make you close your eyes and think.
Little Delivers a lot: The British violinist is all shine in polished Polish concertos.
Hamelin makes a near-silent journey into pristine space.
Venzago's vision: Swiss conductor gives Schubert the finishing touches.