A night of music across the spectrum, climaxing on a surprising note with Schoenberg's beast – Verklärkte Nacht.
A mournful Popper and happy-go-lucky Copland between two immense Czech works.
The festival has kicked off with music journeying across multiple continents.
Two musicians making their Australian debut at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Roberto Carillo-Garcia and Rachael Clegg, take a 1,334-kilometre road trip up the Queensland coast, with instruments in tow.
The renowned German-Canadian cellist tells Jo Litson about using visualisation to tackle stress, his electric cello, and balancing the risks from diving and mountain biking with music.
Premiering in Townsville, Connor D’Netto’s new string quartet is another step closer to completing a life-long musical bucket list.
The director of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music discusses the exciting musical connections in her second program.
The Australian mezzo discusses the wide-ranging repertoire she'll be performing at this year's Australian Festival of Chamber Music.
The Chinese pipa virtuoso talks to Limelight about playing with Yo-Yo Ma for the Clintons, working with composers Tan Dun and Ye Xiaogang, and collaborating across musical cultures.
Pipa virtuoso Wu Man, saxophonist Amy Dickson and cellist Johannes Moser are among the guests on Artistic Director Kathryn Stott’s second Festival program.
The AFCM bids a fond farewell to Kathryn Stott's first Festival as Artistic Director in a lavish, three-act gala.
Musical love notes written in everything from chansons to tango – and an eight-cello Tristan.
We caught up with the Norwegian trumpeter in Townsville for the Australian Festival of Chamber Music in Townsville.