Premiering in Townsville, Connor D’Netto’s new string quartet is another step closer to completing a life-long musical bucket list.
With movements titled ‘Hubris’ and ‘On-message’, Brett Dean’s new piece for the Doric String Quartet swipes left on social media.
Cicada song is a vividly Australian sound. Kate Moore tells us how these ‘little stringed instruments’ inspired her new work for the Australian String Quartet.
Before unleashing his new concerto with the MSO, clarinettist-composer Paul Dean talks about the musicians that inspired it.
In her new piece for the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Heather Shannon draws on both her classical training and work with indie rock band The Jezabels.
Cello and piano take the listener on a musical journey in Natalie Williams' new piece for British cellist Natalie Clein.
Voice and violin come together in Cathy Milliken's new solo piece for Véronique Serret, dedicated to women who speak out.
In his new work for the Australian String Quartet, the composer holds a mirror up to the form made famous by Joseph Haydn.
For the latest offering in her Norse and Celtic-inspired concerto series, Mary Finsterer is harnessing the power of viola and cello.
Riley Lee’s shakuhachi had Lachlan Skipworth heading to Japan. Now he’s melding its haunting melodies with orchestral forces.
In his new sonata, Aspects of Return, native cello-speaker Jakub Jankowski draws on psychology, philosophy and poetry. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
The composer’s new work is the product of meticulous planning, right down to the last dynamic detail. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
For her new work, Valley of Lost Things, Kate Neal took her inspiration from memory, grey spaces and a trip to the moon. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in