Art songs from Australia inspired by Mellos’s Greek roots.
Stephanie Eslake is a Tasmanian writer with degrees in both Media and Music. She has strong connections with members of her local music community. She has been published in the Mercury, TasWeekend, The Saturday Magazine, The Sunday Tasmanian, The Dwarf, Aphra Magazine and also worked as Warp Magazine’s Subeditor. founded Stephanie founded CutCommon in 2014 as Australia’s only online magazine for the young classical musician.
Articles by Stephanie Eslake
Many pleasures come together in this mysterious compilation.
An uneasy start redeemed by energetic, committed playing.
At last, here's a CD that certainly is for the birds.
West Australian choir’s 24-year wait proves well worth it.
Time travelling Seraphims go on a musical odyssey by threes.
Revelations in store as voices are silenced no more.
Stanhope’s take on Vlad mixes a faux band with real singers.
A touching farewell concert celebrating Tasmanian cello star Sue-Ellen Paulsen.
A dazzling evening of music making from all involved.
Katie Noonan leads us down Kats-Chernin’s green road.
Dickson pays homage to folk traditions from north and south.
20th-century Italian rep proves well worth making the effort.