A new Adelaide-based festival will provide mentoring and performance opportunities to budding composers.
Fabien Gabel leads WASO in a contrasting program with exceptional playing by soloist Emma McGrath.
Ahead of their Melbourne concert, the award-winning guitar duo talk about their studies in New York and the importance of music in today's world.
The final concert in this festival of women composers featured undiscovered gems deserving of a wider audience.
Co-curators Anne Cawrse and Anna Goldsworthy have made an exceptional contribution to a paradigm shift in favour of Australian women composers.
Principal Guest Conductor Xian Zhang leads the MSO in an explosive rendition of Beethoven's iconic work.
Throughout the second half of the year, UKARIA will draw some of the finest Australian and international musicians to the Adelaide Hills.
Chance of a close encounter in Acacia Quartet’s new disc.
Tapping into the deeper sense of community that emerged during COVID, the Fidelio Quartet's Rachel Atkinson has programmed a chamber music festival with the support of a Camberwell church.
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Tenor Nathan Bryon has won the prestigious Sydney Eisteddfod Opera Scholarship, with baritone Jeremy Boulton placing second and soprano Anna Stephens coming third.
There were some exciting new works in this concert. Occasionally the musical elements faltered, but nonetheless the joyousness of the choristers shone through.
Chamber Music Adelaide and MOD. have announced the names of the composers who will write a new work in response to MOD.'s award-winning exhibition INVISIBILITY.