Soprano Franziska Heinzen and pianist Benjamin Mead tell us about their second duo album Women Composers, featuring 24 art songs by 24 women composers written across close to 200 years.
Review: Sanctifica Nos: Works for Choir, Organ and Viol Consort by Joanna Marsh (David Skinner, Martin Baker)
Distinctive intersection of ancient and modern provides rewarding musical encounter.
Amidst a beautifully curated program, the premiere of a new work by Cara Zydor Fesjian offers absorbing and thought-provoking listening.
Opera Queensland’s Eastern Promises recital for soprano and piano, performed by Alexandra Flood and Alex Raineri, offered an ambitious program of art song.
A community-driven work responding to the Barossa’s unusual history, and its hidden musical treasures, leads to Ntaria in Central Australia and Brandenburg in East Germany.
Playing Australia will support performing arts companies touring exciting works nationally from 2022, including to regional and remote areas.
Review: Passion: Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae (La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall)
Savall’s distinctive approach to Victoria’s Holy Week music brings fresh insights.
Pinchgut At Home will feature recordings of four of Pinchgut’s acclaimed recent productions in a digital season running until the end of the year.
Another rich selection of Purcell’s stylish music stylishly performed.
Based in Europe, Australian soprano Alexandra Flood is back home for a few months and discusses her career, quarantine at Howard Springs, forthcoming gigs and making the most of it during COVID.
Rachvelishvili offers a mixed bag of mixed delights.
Deborah Cheetham, Celia Craig, Elena Kats-Chernin, Genevieve Lacey and Katie Noonan are among the finalists announced for the Australian Women in Music Awards.
Uncertainty around COVID and border closures have forced Hamilton to move to Germany, and The Australian Voices to search for a new artistic director and conductor.