Co-curators Anne Cawrse and Anna Goldsworthy have made an exceptional contribution to a paradigm shift in favour of Australian women composers.
Two superb song cycles by Katy Abbott and Linda Kouvaras formed the core of this concert, both important works that deserve to receive stage time long into the future.
An outstanding survey of Australian new music, but caution is needed when it comes to categorising compositions.
There are 67 new pieces of Australian music in the world and you can hear them all in a festival at ANAM.
ANAM’s immediate and immersive chamber music experience will take up residence in London’s Royal Albert Hall for a special season in September.
Opera’s gendered violence is a complex issue, with no easy fix
A series of up-close videos is an unexpected positive to emerge from the COVID crisis.
Vivid performances stake a claim for Lim’s strikingly distinctive sound world.
The Australian National Academy of Music’s audacious commissioning project reaches its conclusion, with a festival in May to premiere 67 new works.
November’s playlist us brings up to date with the slew of new releases (and digital re-releases) over the past couple of months. There’s an exciting range from contemporary classical, jazz and sound art from composers who have featured before and some new faces.
A festival exploring new ways to connect musically has been introduced to this year’s Lucerne Festival, with collaboration central to the programming.
ELISION’s regular members are superbly captured in close-up as they perform on both conventional and unusual instruments in the Performance Series on YouTube.
MARCH STATIC will be performed at Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne, and feature new works by Liza Lim, Thomas Meadowcroft, Cathy Milliken and Damien Ricketson.