Revived sonatas thrill, but what a pity there’s no more.
Meditative genre-crossing pianos and synths let down by sound issues.
Intimate song recital of old and new-ish favourites proves a winner.
SXS get up close and personal with a mixed bag of chamber works.
Adversity led to invention in chamber-style Tchaikovsky, when Alondra de la Parra had to withdraw sick at the last minute.
Thanks to the net, a forgotten lute composer is revived.
Outdated asylum setting aside, Orfeo ed Eurydice with circus troupe astounds.
The violin star makes his return to Queensland with virtuoso showpieces.
Intimate demonstration of the piano’s capabilities, but odd acoustics frustrate.
Well-played music, but this sibling celebration of all things Queensland doesn’t quite connect.
A solid debut, except for Westlake’s colourless fish.
Chamber orchestration is Mahler 10 as it could have been.
Fiery Latin fretwork in de la Parra’s brilliant gala performance.