For its 2022 season the Australian Chamber Orchestra announces a new era as it moves to its new home at Pier 2/3 in Sydney's Walsh Bay Arts Precinct.
ABC Classic dominates the Classical category once again, while Earshift Music receives three nominations in Jazz and World Music.
Soprano Franziska Heinzen and pianist Benjamin Mead tell us about their second duo album Women Composers, featuring 24 art songs by 24 women composers written across close to 200 years.
Captivating collection of 21st-century piano works from Northern Europe.
The nomination for Best Initiative to Support Diversity and Inclusion in Music is part of the Music Cities Awards.
Fireworks aplenty in Dudamel's HD LA Phil Mahler cracker.
New funding aims to provide certainty for arts organisations and individuals now and over the next couple of years.
SCO's Autumn Digital Season features three eclectic concerts, with works from comtemporary composers alongside classics of the repertoire.
In this month's features we talk to Barrie Kosky about The Golden Cockerel, run an extract by Leigh Sales from the book Well Hello, explore the role of music reviewers today, and examine the pleasures and perils of writing music for the screen.
Trailblazing Farrenc symphonies impress in scintillating new recording.
State Opera South Australia has unveiled plans for a one-night-only performance of La Bohème on Adelaide’s Glenelg Beach.
October’s playlist digs into the unique repertoire of the guitar, showcasing Australia's outsized contribution the repertoire with releases from 1996 all the way to this year.
Review: Sanctifica Nos: Works for Choir, Organ and Viol Consort by Joanna Marsh (David Skinner, Martin Baker)
Distinctive intersection of ancient and modern provides rewarding musical encounter.