Stars align in Muti’s hard to be bettered Verdi Requiem.
Articles by Brett Allen-Bayes
Finally, this long overdue – and much delayed – revival of Richard Meale's grand opera confirms that it is indeed a masterpiece.
Review: Jessye Norman sings Strauss: Five Songs & Salome (Jessye Norman, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Klaus Tennstedt)
Norman’s refulgent Salome is the icing on Tennstedt’s Straussian cake.
In a last minute addition to this year's Festival, Shamray and the ASQ gave an eloquent and refined performance.
Simone Young reveals the terrible beauty in Henze’s Mishima opera.
Review: Bee-Stung Lips: Barbara Hanrahan, Works on Paper 1960-1991 (Nic Brown, Jacqueline Millner and Elspeth Pitt)
Important retrospective with essays to boot illuminates printmaker’s life.
Summer concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
With superb orchestral playing, the line-up of around 200 passionate performers completely convinced in Orff's vital and lusty cantata.
The ASO's Festival of Orchestra got off to a thrilling start with a lively classical program designed for a broad audience.
This recital, which extended beyond opera and lieder to include musical theatre and Australian standards, was rapturously received.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
For this recital, Simon Cobcroft stepped in for regular cellist Tim Nankervis, with the trio delivering superb performances of Beethoven's 'Archduke' Trio and Haydn's Piano Trio in C.
This delightful, technicolour-bright production is wonderful, light-hearted entertainment, and just what we need right now to lift the spirits.