As the world resets, Tognetti makes a compelling statement about the fragility of life on Earth in this concert with striking video imagery.
This fine concert featuring chamber arrangements of works by Wranitzky, Mozart and Beethoven provided a taste of live performances before the dawn of recorded sound.
John Wilson finesses a minor composer with a major voice.
The MSO’s Chief Conductor discusses Stravinsky's The Firebird, Petrushka and The Rite of Spring as his August concert program gets underway.
One of Australia’s foremost violin pedagogues, who was a founding member of the ACO, has died at the age of 75, leaving behind a formidable legacy.
Fifteen experts from across Australia’s creative industries have been appointed to five panels that will identify key issues in safeguarding Australia’s arts sector and its vital role in the economy.
Strauss's songs were given an intoxicating performance by soprano Nicole Car, while Wagner's Ring without Words had some marvellous moments under conductor Nicholas Braithwaite.
Petrenko and WASO deliver a blistering, electric performance of Shostakovich's Symphony No 11, while Emily Sun brings some show-stopping technique to Mozart.
Star cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason gives an impressive performance in his Australian debut, while a work by Anne Boyd proves the perfect concert-opener.
Simone Young leads the SSO and three-time Grammy Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn in a triumphant program of Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and a world premiere by Cathy Milliken.
After close to a decade as Managing Director at the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Vincent Ciccarello is to step down from the role.
An exciting program of Estonian premieres from the horse’s mouth.
Rewarding excellence across a range of musical genres and categories, the awards return with an in-person ceremony next month.