A very rare afternoon of truly eloquent chamber music performances at the UKARIA Cultural Centre.
Articles by Brett Allen-Bayes
The final program in 150 Psalms demonstrated the excellence, precision and mastery of all singers involved.
Review: Ginastera: Harp Concerto, Variaciones Concertantes (Sidsel Walstad, Norwegian Radio Orchestra/Harth-Bedoya)
Norwegian band heads south for a pair of hot Latin discoveries.
The Song Company proves adept across styles in this spiritually uplifting concert.
A dose of Smalley proves less can be considerably more.
Collaborators from way back realise their magnum opus.
Gugnin rehabilitates Shostakovich’s 24 Preludes.
A fine, individual artist, but the programming needs some work.
Tearing at the heartstrings, this stunning, sensitive production is the perfect ticket for opera novice and specialist alike.
A successful, very funny production set in a colourful Japan, referred to by director Stuart Maunder as "Hello Kitty on steroids", that does away with G & S's japonaiserie.
A violin’s-eye view of composers exploring their inner child.
Higdon’s Harp Concerto leads US program of old and new.
How SUDS created James, Greer, Beresford, Hughes et al.