A tantalising selection of art songs from Catalonia.
Tony Way is a director of music at Melbourne’s historic St Francis’ Church. Holding a masters degree in music, he is an organist and choir director as well as a published composer. He has been reviewing classical music for over two decades.
Articles by Tony Way
The enterprising David Skinner shines a welcome light on Byrd’s secular music.
Matthias Goerne beckons you towards the sunset in this glorious recital.
Bouquets all round for this fresh, appealing and diverse program.
A probing look into the dark, homicidal and harmonic world of Gesualdo.
Jacob Mühlrad's postmodern musical tower of Babel gives food for thought.
A perfect birthday present: Cecilia McDowall's colourful music in superb performances.
Captivating Lieder from a forgotten master of song.
A Bavarian tribute to Elgar, the Germanophile.
Captivating transcriptions that could become a cult classic.
Philippe Jaroussky's star continues to shine brightly in this wonderfully varied recital.
Compelling, crystalline performances despite some missed repertoire opportunities.
A master cellist delights with refined and elegant playing.