As ABC Classic releases his Concerto for Oud and Orchestra, recorded live with the Sydney Symphony, Joseph Tawadros explains his love for the instrument, and how the composition was born.
Kelly’s handful of orchestral works see light of day at last.
The MSO reached beyond the stars for its acrobatic opening gala.
WASO provides a fun array of sunny works and endlessly hummable tunes to gently coax its audience back into the concert hall.
After the 2011 earthquake, the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra was left without a performance space and could have closed its doors while rebuilding took place, but the musicians decided to keep playing in temporary venues. Chief Conductor Benjamin Northey explains what happened.
This issue features the young Australians destined for greatness, Nina Stemme on Wagner's heroines, interviews with Katie Noonan, Donald Runnicles and more.
Meet the next generation of classical music stars, learn what changes at mainstage venues mean for the industry, an interview with Nina Stemme and more.
A concert Fidelio, Beethoven's Piano Concertos in one week, Deborah Cheetham's Eumeralla, and some exciting debuts are on Asher Fisch's next program.
A multi-maestro line-up features seven new works by Australian composers and a Beethoven project to address climate change.
Oud virtuoso Joseph Tawadros delivers a vibrant, warm-hearted performance with the SSO.
The composer and soprano tells Jo Litson about Eumeralla, the first major Australian choral work written in an Indigenous language.