The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
The Goldner String Quartet violinist tells us about the Goldner Variations on Ode to Joy, which premieres at this year’s Australian Festival of Chamber Music.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
Umberto Clerici, the QSO's Chief Conductor-to-be, struts his stuff in a supremely confident orchestral showcase.
This entertaining, unbuttoned gig by soprano Eva Kong and jazz singer Asabi Goodman showed how enjoyable music making can be.
Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan discusses the 2022 Adelaide Guitar Festival, and how the guitar attracts everyone from Julian Bream to Spinal Tap.
Lyn Williams discusses Hypnopompia, an "astounding" and "challenging" piece in which the choristers discuss being a teenager in an uncertain world and the need for change.
The ACO has been loaned the 1732 'ex-Dollfus' Stradivarius Violin, which will be played by Principal Violin Helena Rathbone.
This concert delivers the sounds of Vienna with splendid playing, a unique sound and winning repertoire. Pass the Sachertorte please!
Two superb song cycles by Katy Abbott and Linda Kouvaras formed the core of this concert, both important works that deserve to receive stage time long into the future.
Experienced arts executive tapped for new role overseeing funding programs and helping shape NSW government Arts policy.
Norman Lebrecht suggests that the Berlin Phil's decision to bypass the record industry by establishing their own label is the reason. Not so, says Gramophone.
Blending new and old works, this versatile program was given a superb performance; it was a shame that some of the audience weren't able to see the musicians.