In response to the pandemic, VOCES8 reinvented themselves as stage managers, camera technicians and, crucially, impresarios, they produced a highly successful series of online events watched by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.
The Sydney Chamber Choir demonstrates its versatility with a concert ranging from Renaissance music to Britten to an impressive new song cycle by Australian composer Joseph Twist.
She’s a literary icon but few know Henry Handel Richardson studied music in Leipzig and left a legacy of songs.
Luminous and characterful, Respighi’s uncharted side is revealed in the richest of lockdown discoveries.
Curated by Joseph Nolan, next year's program sees two of Handel's great works performed alongside a Chopin recital and an organ recital.
The national vocal ensemble has announced its program for next year, including a MainStage performance of Brahms' A German Requiem, intimate recitals in its Close-Up series, and more adventurous Underground performances.
This flying squadron of musicians lifts the reputation of a German in Rome
Baritone Christian Gerhaher and pianist Gerold Huber complete thier epic odyssey of Schumann's vocal works.
An outstanding new recital by a mezzo who has rarely sounded better.
Fiona Hulton will take the reins of Sydney Philharmonia Choirs from 29 November in time to announce the 2022 season.
The distinguished Australian composer sits down with Alexander Voltz to discuss his contribution to a new, COVID-themed cantata ahead of its German premiere.
Review: Herbert Howells: Requiem – Sacred and Secular Choral Music (Baylor University A Cappella Choir, Brian Schmidt)
A choir to watch presents an engaging Anglo-American program.
Engaging Sydney singers widen our knowledge of Renaissance polyphony.