A terrific mix of Americana, both known and unknown.
Review: Christopher Gunning: Symphony No 5, String Quartet No 1 (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Christopher Gunning, Juno Quartet)
The English symphony is alive and well.
Nézet-Séguin and his Philadelphians do this African American trailblazer proud.
The Queensland Symphony Orchestra cellist, composer and cook discusses his talents.
Olivia Davies has a world premiere in the Become Ocean concert at Perth Festival.
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.
Why does classical music seem unable to keep up with the times?
Review: Bruckner: Symphony No.4 in E-flat Major (Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Christian Thielemann)
Thielemann and the Vienna Phil don't quite manage to scale the heights
Guy Noble says it’s time to start making more of an effort to increase the representation of women composers on our stages.
What have our orchestras and choirs programmed this year?
Review: Beethoven, Berg, Bartók: Violin Concertos (Frank Peter Zimmermann, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Various conductors)
Zimmermann serves up three dishes with flavours derived from a similar cuisine.
A Dane and Finn make perfect bedfellows in Kullberg’s insightful survey.
The ASO's impressive 2022 season is one of the country’s bolder efforts, with women composers and living composers well represented.