December’s playlist is entirely constructed from 2021 releases. It’s been a great chance to look through what’s been happening through an intense and stressful year – and the amazing work our composers and performers have done.
QSO’s sumptuous orchestral celebration brings 2021 to a thundering close.
The intimate, Sydney-wide concert series features some of Australia's most beloved artists in wonderful settings throughout metropolitan Sydney.
QSO’s 75th year features classical favourites, works by 20 Australian composers including several world premieres, opera, film and musical theatre galas, and performances by international soloists.
This Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert is the last chance for a while to hear cellist Umberto Clerici, before he takes up the baton full-time.
This year's brilliantly programmed and performed Coriole Festival showed that Australian music is indeed alive and well.
A nimble reading of Mahler's Fourth Symphony by Umberto Clerici and an orchestra in top form.
The heat is on in Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s triumphant Firebird performance.
The QSO's 2021 season features three new commissions by Australian composers and a focus on the orchestra's own musicians.
CEO Emma Dunch introduces the shorter than usual program, which features 19 in-demand Australian soloists and conductors, and 15 Australian world premieres from the 50 Fanfares project.
Despite some teething problems with the sound, this was an impressive concert with high quality playing and a fascinating pre-performance talk.
An evening of chamber music filled with passion, virtuosity, romance and sheer exuberance.
A real sense of music as both a historical and a living art.