A COVID gratitude list in a bid to lift his spirits, Guy Noble finds joy in Bach, toasted sandwiches and the hold music on the ATO helpline.
Born in Sweden and now based in Sydney, Tommie Andersson explains how he moved from the guitar to the lute and the theorbo, and why his theorbo is nicknamed the Thredbo.
Ahead of a performance at the OzAsia Festival, avant-garde keyboardist Belle Chen tells us about her new work Destinations.
Christian Li recently released his debut album for Decca Classics, becoming the youngest soloist to record Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons for a major label – yet another first for the virtuosic, 13-year-old Melbourne violinist
French piano star offers a widely travelled invitation to the dance.
A pleasant sunset cruise with a pop-up performance, an art installation and a soundscape were each enjoyable in their own right but there was little transition between them.
A masterclass of pianistic maturity and restraint, perfumed with the scent of a bygone era.
Fabulous piano works by female composers, impeccably selected and performed.
On the streets of suburban Brisbane this month, audiences will see ballet performances and classes, be enrapt in chamber music and listen to an array of sopranos as part of Brisbane Festival.
Persuasive advocacy by Baldini and Rossi brings Villa-Lobos into vivid focus.
The composer tells us about their new work for Queensland Symphony Orchestra, a "love letter" to the wondrous few years surrounding the turn of the 20th century.
A pleasant, accomplished and mildly revelatory release.
Paul Castles and Fiona Hill will develop new works as the latest recipients of residencies offered by the Australia Council in partnership with the UKARIA Culture Centre.