Tan Dun’s vivid and approachable epic receives a passionate Australian premiere.
The venerable Borodins save the best till last, excelling in Shostakovich’s final quartet.
Devilishly good settings inspired by the Bible’s naughty book.
Sublimities mark the curious case of Georgy Sviridov.
A 17th-century European union still bearing excellent fruit.
A Latvian pastor’s son now has a powerful universal message.
Satisfying chamber music in a challenging venue.
Blessed be the Bliss-makers, for they have rediscovered a long-forgotten gem.
The ACO revels in the joyful complexities of Bach’s legendary Goldberg Variations.
These charming miniatures are a perfect antidote to world-weariness.
The brightest new songbird in North America.
Victorian Opera hits another bullseye with the tale of the apple and the arrow.
A wonderful feast of chamber music from hugely talented performers.