This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
This entertaining, unbuttoned gig by soprano Eva Kong and jazz singer Asabi Goodman showed how enjoyable music making can be.
Lyn Williams discusses Hypnopompia, an "astounding" and "challenging" piece in which the choristers discuss being a teenager in an uncertain world and the need for change.
Two superb song cycles by Katy Abbott and Linda Kouvaras formed the core of this concert, both important works that deserve to receive stage time long into the future.
Sydney Chamber Choir’s Artistic Director Sam Allchurch explores how their next concert, Innocence & Experience, draws on the Choir’s two major visions since it was founded nearly five decades ago.
I Fagiolini lead a revival of the English madrigal.
The Festival of Voices is back. Graham Abbott discusses one of the program highlights: Handel’s four Coronation Anthems.
This year's program features 10 concerts across three days in the beautiful border town.
Cameron Lam looks at the fresh faces creating inclusive and reflective music across the country.
Alex Gorbatov and Bailey Montgomery discuss the importance of LGBTQIA+ stories in classical music.
Australian opera’s star couple reflected on their amazing careers and lives together with repertoire that inspired them in an intimate, well-presented and received recital.
Two tenors triumph in kaleidoscopic program of Baroque vocal music.
The musicianship and skill of these young West Australian artists is undeniable, but on this occasion their attempts at experimentation didn't work.