The breakdancing Polish countertenor delights in a program of rediscovered gems.
Vivaldi for voice produces a chamber full of charms.
Review: Zemlinsky: Lyrische Symphonie & Schreker: Prelude to a Drama (ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra)
Worth the 30-year wait as Vienna band waxes lyrical with Zemlinsky.
Savall’s homage to Haydn is only the sum of its often elegant parts.
Plush vocals, but perhaps a case of too much honey and not enough bite.
The Song Company establishes a new Christmas tradition with an engaging performance of carols – some new, some old, but all beautifully performed.
Our specialist writers analyse the arts on offer across the year.
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.
What have our orchestras and choirs programmed this year?
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.
Clive Paget selects a dozen new Christmas albums to make the yuletide gay.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as The King’s Singers are back live.
Review: Messiaen: La Transfiguration de Notre Seigneur Jesus-Christ, Poemes pour Mi, Chronochromie (Symphonieorchester des Bayrischen Rundfunks)
Compelling performances from Messiaen master, Kent Nagano.