The violinist discusses his new group’s origins, the repertoire they most enjoy, their experience at this year's Canberra International Music Festival, and whether a composer can recreate a painting through music.
With Voss about to be revived, Ian Whitney recalls his first encounter with the famous work, and with Richard Meale himself.
New podcast features musical mavericks in conversation.
Joe Chindamo's new concerto for trombone and orchestra is inspired by the nature of duality in the works of Edgar Allen Poe and Carl Jung.
Camerata's 2022 Emerging Composer-in-Residence didn't have to think twice when asked to write a new work based on an iconic Queensland location.
Greg Eldridge argues that with OA and VO looking for new artistic directors, there is much to discuss about the future role of opera companies in Australia.
ABC's May schedule features dazzling concerts from Australian Chamber Orchestra, The Metropolitan Opera and more.
The Russian pianist talks to Clive Paget about his personal journey with Scriabin, the challenges of the recording studio and why he’s desperate to get back to Australia.
Elena Carapetis writes about her updated Antigone, and the modern-day warriors that continue to be ignored by the powerful.
The noise of the city is an assault on the ears, says the aurally sensitive Guy Noble. But a beautiful voice is another matter.
Applauding too soon and leaving before the final credits roll robs you of the full experience, argues Christine Hinton.
Anna Dowsley fell asleep when she was taken to see her first opera but she still decided to train as a singer. Clive Paget talks to the Australian mezzo-soprano whose European career is taking off.
The big guns are out this month with box sets from Decca and DG, but other labels have plenty on offer, including an outstanding vocal recital from Nicky Spence