Charm meets passion in visually sumptuous staging of Gounod’s greatest non-hit.
Post-revolutionary rescue opera at its most entertaining.
Persuasive advocacy by Baldini and Rossi brings Villa-Lobos into vivid focus.
Adventurous survey takes an eclectic look at the Aussie two-piano scene.
A wonderfully appealing blend of music from the Old World and the New.
Sydney-born pianist Rosemary Tuck shares her love of the fun, beguiling music of English composer Albert Ketélby, which she has recorded on her new album A Dream Picture.
An Australian rising star makes an auspicious debut on disc, chamber music dominates in a month of major names, and a visceral new opera dissects the heart.
Raymond Hanson’s legacy as a composer is not to be underestimated.
Captivating transcriptions that could become a cult classic.
Sex-crazed nuns and a Swedish trombonist’s tribute to Wollongong headline a month of new takes with plenty of surprises.
Mosolov’s music of "the people" revisited.
Meyerbeer's medieval fantasy receives its world premiere recording.
Adams then and now: keystone works championed with persuasive Nashville panache.