Fireworks aplenty in Dudamel's HD LA Phil Mahler cracker.
SCO's Autumn Digital Season features three eclectic concerts, with works from comtemporary composers alongside classics of the repertoire.
Trailblazing Farrenc symphonies impress in scintillating new recording.
Review: Beethoven: Complete Piano Concertos (Krystian Zimerman, London Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle)
Zimerman and Rattle produce a Beethoven Piano concerto cycle for the ages.
Sowerby shows the Roaring Twenties behaving themselves.
West Australian Symphony Orchestra and Guest Director Shaun Lee-Chen delivered an excellent mix of Baroque delights: crowd-pleasers, showstoppers and rarer gems.
QSO’s 75th year features classical favourites, works by 20 Australian composers including several world premieres, opera, film and musical theatre galas, and performances by international soloists.
Jaime Martín's inaugural program as MSO Chief Conductor features works by 15 Australian composers, premieres by Thomas Adès and Deborah Cheetham, and international soloists including Sheku Kanneh-Mason.
The pandemic has accelerated the move online, but is it financially viable?
From dawn to dusk: Haydn’s journey through the hours vividly realised.
The bumper October 2021 issue contains features exploring the Alice Springs World Chamber Orchestra, arts and the digital world, Max Richter's new album, Circa's classical collaborations, Henry Purcell's early years as a composer, and Australian dramatic soprano Marjorie Lawrence.
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.
New kids on the block make a debut for the ages.