Reflections on the Goldberg Variations in jazz/classical double bill that feels like two excellent halves, not necessarily a whole.
Ray Lawler, Nicholas Heyward, Joe Chindamo, Philip Quast and the late Chrissy Sharp were among those honoured.
A beautifully-performed concert with a clever concept, connecting Bach’s music with speech and commentary.
WASO, Asher Fisch and soloist Daniel Müller-Schott offered a rich, well-crafted performance of Elgar's Cello Concert and Bruckner’s Third Symphony.
The Festival of Voices is back. Graham Abbott discusses one of the program highlights: Handel’s four Coronation Anthems.
Features include a tour around the SOH's revitalised Concert Hall, interviews with Maestro Zubin Mehta, and Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason, and a look at the state-of-play of Australian musicals.
The inaugural competition, pairing composers and choreographers to develop new works, has named Brisbane-based choreographer Monique Mangano with Blue Mountains composer Emma Greenhill.
This year's program features 10 concerts across three days in the beautiful border town.
Cameron Lam looks at the fresh faces creating inclusive and reflective music across the country.
Alex Gorbatov and Bailey Montgomery discuss the importance of LGBTQIA+ stories in classical music.
Digital Stage launches with a library of free, paid and on-demand performances, and with great aspirations for bringing the best of Queensland to audiences around the world.
Leah Curtis tells us about her new work The Ground, and the chance to collaborate closely with SXS Didgeridoo player Chris Williams during its creation.
Festival serving a community's growing enthusiasm for chamber music explores the art of communication with a varied program.