This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
Harriet Cunningham is a freelance writer and researcher based in Sydney, best known in print as a classical music critic for The Sydney Morning Herald. She was recently awarded a doctorate for her work on a history of Dartington International Summer School. She has been known to play the violin.
Articles by Harriet Cunningham
This program of Bach's music is just the thing for an anxious world and is superbly performed by the ABO musicians and Jonas Zschenderlein, but the editing lets them down.
The ACO's fifth StudioCast presents some of their favourite repertoire – including Arvo Pärt’s Tabula Rasa – as you have never seen it before.
An insider’s view of one of history’s musical whitewashings.
How the Australian Chamber Orchestra went with the flow for its latest film project.
The Australian Haydn Ensemble explores some of the arrangements that allowed amateur musicians to recreate large-scale works in a domestic setting.
Hamed Sadeghi and the Eishan Ensemble offer up a rich and compelling brew of ideas and sounds.
Sublime moments were there for the taking at this year's Four Winds Festival, as strangers became friends.
This concert by the Australian Chamber Orchestra represents a statement of intent, a step on the road to cultural revolution.
A moving concert, which left everyone present wrapped in a warm, sonic hug.
For its first concert of the year, the Omega Ensemble unleashed a torrent of sound in three concertos, two of which were commissions.
An emphatic, energetic start to a new year with the first subscription concert for 2021.
Andrew Ford’s new project proves the right idea for strange times.