Frenchman’s Bach pilgrimage reaches the flowering of the Weimar period.
Sydney Festival's Acoustic Life of Boatsheds is not just another concert but a real experience around Sydney Harbour that audiences will not forget.
All-Australian, all-female, all-percussion – the future is here in striking release.
Australian composer Felicity Wilcox has taken out the $4000 prize from Rubiks Collective, and will collaborate with the ensemble on a new work.
The Queensland Symphony Orchestra cellist, composer and cook discusses his talents.
Saxophonist, composer, educator and jazz legend Sandy Evans explains how and why she moved from classical flute to soprano and tenor saxophone.
With two Recordings of the Month, a trio of American rediscoveries, operatic delights galore and the latest from the Kanneh-Masons, it’s a red-letter month on disc.
A series of up-close videos is an unexpected positive to emerge from the COVID crisis.
Meet the uniquely talented Icelandic pianist revitalising classical music.
Shamray’s recital – featuring works by Debussy, Rachmanninov, Ravel and Scriabin – was a thrilling and profound experience of programming and performance.
Brainchild of Australian classical guitarist Matt Withers, the Australian Music Composition Competition opens applications for Australian composers.
173 projects have received funding in the Australia Council's latest round of grants, including Adelaide Festival, Australian Digital Concert Hall, Katie Noonan's AVÉ and Noongar artist Gina Williams.
Gifted musician, Sako Dermenjian, is completing a Master's degree at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a Greta Davis Equity Scholarship.