Modern and minimal string quartets shimmer in brand new guises.
Articles by Brett Allen-Bayes
Weimar sauce makes a rediscovered Lehár operetta a lip-smacking treat.
In this new production, directed by Joseph Mitchell and conducted by its composer Richard Mills, the opera has finally found its place and worth.
A scrupulously researched look at a long-lived British musical maverick.
Noseda blends lyricism and atonality in Dallapiccola’s psychological masterpiece.
Lin’s new survey confirms her as in the premier rank of Glass interpreters.
Rediscovered Kelly reveal an Aussie composer with another string to his bow.
An English song recital, and for once one to savour in one sitting.
Pianist and Grainger expert proves melodiously gifted composer.
Compassion and commitment gives voice to a resurrected violin.
Australian master explores a masterwork.
Little and Lane steer a fine series to an equally fine conclusion.
Musicians and Addiction looks at the implications of addiction for individual musicians and the industry of which they are a part.