The touring chamber ensemble will revive much of its cancelled 2021 season, and has a new Victorian home at the Primrose Potter Salon at Melbourne Recital Centre.
In 2022, Perth Festival celebrates the theme of Wardan (Ocean) across music, dance, theatre, visual arts, film and writing events.
Keyna Wilkins' new album features a collaboration with Ahwazi Arabic poet and artist Jalal Mahamede, who has been in detention for nine years and is currently held in Brisbane. She tells us how it came about.
Sydney’s musical mavericks launch a season filled with commissions, collaborations, and concerts all over the country and – literally – in their own backyards.
Returning for its third year, the festival gathers a superb roster of Australia’s finest musicians for five days of music making in Bendigo.
What’s in a day? From Adès to Kate Bush, quite a lot, says a debut recording.
Review: JS Bach: Brandenburg Concertos (Isabelle Faust, Antoine Tamestit , Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin)
Meet the new Brandenburgs, same as the old Brandenburgs (almost).
Shane Lestideau, Artistic Director and violinist of Evergreen Ensemble, tells Limelight about the group's collaboration with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for its digital platform MSO.LIVE.
Review: Presteigne Premieres: New Music for String Orchestra (Presteigne Festival Orchestra, George Vass)
Presteigne presses all the right buttons with a ravishing collection of new British music.
The newly appointed Director of Chamber Music Adelaide talks about their upcoming mini-festival, On the Terrace, and how the music community in South Australia connects with its audiences and amongst itself.
Ólafsson sprinkles star-studded music throughout a heavenly program.
The distinguished Australian composer sits down with Alexander Voltz to discuss his contribution to a new, COVID-themed cantata ahead of its German premiere.
Landmark Aussie outfit finds plenty of gold close to home.