A splendid concert from Jessica Cottis and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Articles by Clinton White
A varied concert of music and dance that embraced past, present and future.
An extraordinary performance by William Barton and Véronique Serret.
Three Mozart concerts at the Canberra International Music Festival create curiosity and intrigue.
A beautifully written coffee table book and a valuable way of getting to know a man we all would like to get to know better, writes Clinton White.
Quickly adjusting its program because of COVID, Jessica Cottis conducted a starry performance, with music ranging from the majestic to the witty to the light-hearted.
Musicianship from some of the best in the business, in a lovely chamber recital.
This mighty performance by members of the TSO deserved far more applause than the enthusiastic, socially distanced audience could give.
A thoughtful and enchanting program with masterful playing across five works.
Despite some teething problems with the sound, this was an impressive concert with high quality playing and a fascinating pre-performance talk.
I bet a lot of other people were clapping enthusiastically in their lounge rooms, too, writes Clinton White.
A narrative song cycle about the Australian scientist who invented the Black Box Flight Recorder is thoroughly captivating.
Richard Tognetti and Timo-Veikko Valve showed fine teamwork in Brahms' Double Concerto, while Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony was charming.