Piers Lane dazzles, charms and calms in these English concertos.
Phillip Scott is a writer/actor/composer/pianist best known for the Sydney Theatre Company’s annual Wharf Revue. His cabarets include 30 Something. He composed the musical The Republic of Myopia for STC, and the scores for Monkey Baa’s Pete the Sheep and Josephine Wants to Dance.
Articles by Phillip Scott
An esoteric masterwork by an eccentric recluse.
KOTTOS suggests that this is the dawning of the age of the various.
Cooke is a compelling discovery for lovers of good chamber music.
A great orchestra does Bruckner with eight leading conductors.
We find Paul Wee guilty, m’lud, of being a magnificent pianist.
A box of Bruckner symphonies, the artistry of Monteux, and Furtwängler’s DG output.
Limelight critic Phillip Scott looks at recordings that were the talk of the town on their first appearance, and that have continued to impress pundits and public ever since.
With classical record stores around the country closing their doors as streaming becomes the new way to listen to music, Phillip Scott shares his life-long passion for collecting classical music on vinyl and CD.
To paraphrase Gertrude Stein: Heifetz is Heifetz is Heifetz.
Charles Ives with Hymns Ancient and Very Modern.
Music with passion and point from a German in Hollywood.
Seascapes, a wet acoustic, and a pianist who made a splash.