A significant step in Australia’s journey of reconciliation.
Such fine advocacy of Australian music augurs well for the future.
A truly memorable recital in which brilliant technique was used not to blind, but to illuminate.
Review: Rachmaninov: The Bells, Symphonic Dances (Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Jansons)
No bats in this belfry – Jansons rings Rach’s bells with style.
A winning musical combination to fight the winter blues.
Andrew Davis champions Berlioz’s singular child in Melbourne.
Amazing synergy and synchronicity in this latter-day Pictures at an Exhibition.
Chailly brings untiring energy to this musical curio, but is it enough?
Jaroussky and L’Arpeggiata reach for the musical heavens.
A worthy tribute to an old Dutch master along with interesting new scores.
A polished contemporary take on some age-old dilemmas.
A feast for clarinet-lovers, but not without some spice on the menu.
The best of Sydney in Melbourne’s best room.