Roll over Beethoven, this was the real First Viennese School.
Lavish, and in high-end audio, a 70-disc set reminds us of the genius that was Jansons.
The Hungarian maestro discusses the musically and emotionally demanding Mahler and his sound world, and why he won’t conduct the Tenth.
The ambitious Sydney-based opera company will perform four programs including a double bill featuring a work by Kaija Saariaho and a world premiere by Felicity Wilcox.
A bleak end perhaps, but Ádam Fischer’s Mahler cycle is still a case for celebration.
Lying on yoga mats, the audience drifted on waves of glorious sound in a blissful concert.
Michael Sollis asks if it is fair to expect artists to rise above their individual pain and turn their attention to creating works that address the broader societal challenges of the pandemic.
Veena virtuoso Hari Sivanesan and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Artistic Advisor Matthew Hoy discuss an exciting concert featuring South Asian musicians and the MSO at Bunjil Place.
The production that kick-started the French Baroque revival is back in style.
Italian Baroque with Circa is an uncomplicated hit in this year’s festival of complications and setbacks.
Give yourself over to an orchestra’s unique mixtape.
A heartfelt response to COVID isolation ardently, eloquently performed.
Simone Young reveals the terrible beauty in Henze’s Mishima opera.