Benjamin Bayl leads Canberra Symphony Orchestra through a beautiful selection of baroque, and baroque-inspired, masterpieces.
This recital program, celebrating Melbourne talent, left the audience feeling a glow.
Backstage Music returns for a 2022-23 concert series, showcasing diverse talents across various genres and styles.
This month's features include profiles of Australian choreographer Stephanie Lake and didge virtuoso William Barton, an interview with Mary Finsterer about her new opera Antarctica, Dr Anita Collins on why music makes us feel so good, and Peter Tregear on the winds of change at Opera Australia.
The music in this concert spoke of existential griefs and joys that are heartbreakingly relevant today.
The Australian composer is currently in the Red Centre, working with the Alice Springs World Chamber Orchestra on a commissioned work, which has its world premiere this week.
The Women's Club will again play host to emerging female musicians from the Sydney Conservatorium, showcasing Australian artists.
The final concert of the 2022 Canberra International Music Festival was a joyous, humours and heartfelt affair.
A concert of works responding to Pollock's famous work contained moments of sublime contemplation and shocking newness, just like the painting itself.
The first TCMF since 2019 features some of Australia's best musicians performing masterpieces by the likes of JS Bach and Liszt, as well as a decent helping of contemporary works.
Music, images and narration from John Blay's book transported the audience to the changing landscape of the Whale Dreaming Trail.
Uplifting and spellbinding by turns, this concert sees Richard Tognetti and the ACO pay tribute to two boy geniuses.
Big hART and Ngarra Burria have been recognised for their innovation, while several Australian artists including Genevieve Lacey will perform at the conference in Hannover.