Collaborators from way back realise their magnum opus.
Articles by Brett Allen-Bayes
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.
Brodskys and friend tackle Sir Edward’s chamber works.
One of those all-too-rare opportunities where both artistically and technically, this was a flawless performance.
The time seems to have come for this 1983 pastoral Gothic chamber opera by Ross Edwards and Dorothy Hewitt.
Reinvented Israeli composer gets reinvented for the 21st century.
Denk embarks on a fascinating temporal survey.
Jayson Gillham and the ASO end their Beethoven Piano Concerto cycle with the 'Emperor', and another standing ovation.