Shamray’s recital – featuring works by Debussy, Rachmanninov, Ravel and Scriabin – was a thrilling and profound experience of programming and performance.
The ASO's Festival of Orchestra got off to a thrilling start with a lively classical program designed for a broad audience.
The intimate, Sydney-wide concert series features some of Australia's most beloved artists in wonderful settings throughout metropolitan Sydney.
There were no surprises in this concert featuring two excellent, well-known pieces but there was satisfying playing all round.
Johannes Fritzsch handles a seemingly disparate program beautifully, while Konstantin Shamray's performance of difficult concerto will be talked about for years to come.
Oboe feast is high on flavour and with a generous dollop of charm.
UKARIA's new season features performances from pianist Stephen Hough, horn player Katy Woolley, the Orava Quartet and The Australian Vocal Ensemble AVÉ among others.
This concert, being toured by Musica Viva, is both a journey to Russia’s dark soul and a farewell to a rising star.
The violinist and Musica Viva FutureMaker chats to Limelight ahead of his tour with Konstantin Shamray and the ANAM Orchestra.
A magnificent, eclectic recital from a counter-tenor with truly prodigious abilities.
South Australian piano pieces bathe in tonal colour and spiritual contemplation.
Paul Kildea’s first season as Artistic Director will feature several programs rescued from 2020, plenty of Australian artists, as well as a staged presentation of his book Chopin’s Piano.
A fine performance of Beethoven’s Emperor piano concerto headlines a rich and varied ASO concert full of emotional contrasts.