Shostakovich’s jazzy side leads the field, with ear-ravishing Ravel, Carl Vine’s piano sonatas and Matthias Goerne’s collaboration with Daniil Trifonov in hot pursuit.
Freddie De Tommaso stakes claim as “The Tenor” of his generation.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
This month’s musical journey takes us from the choir stalls of Westminster Abbey to an eerily haunted music hall and winds up with a legendary blast from the past.
Kratzer’s superbly cast, split personality Fidelio lets in the Enlightenment.
Clive Paget talks to the Norwegian soprano about her debut Decca song recital, featuring music by her famous compatriot, Edvard Grieg, the challenges of tackling Norwegian repertoire and how she literally ambushed Leif Ove Andsnes to get him onboard for the project.
This month Limelight explores electric instruments in classical music, and women and sexual violence in opera. We also interview Paavali Jumppanen, Artistic Director of ANAM, and explore Halévy's grand opera La Juive.
A gorgeous showcase for Norway's best and brightest.
This month's features explore electric instruments in classical music, and women and sexual violence in opera. We also interview Paavali Jumppanen, Artistic Director of ANAM, and explore Halévy's grand opera La Juive.
After a hiatus in 2020, we once again asked our reviewers and readers to vote for the Australian and International Artists of the Year. We are thrilled to announce our 2021 winners.
A new Fidelio in conversation with the greats.
Opera lovers can enjoy six new productions and three contemporary works from the Metropolitan Opera, presented in Australian cinemas by Sharmill Films across 2021-22.
Brett Dean helps riff on the Brandenburgs, Lise Davidsen cements a rising reputation and Rachel Podger delivers six new – yes new – Mozart sonatas.