Mozart and Bruckner seemingly sit at the opposite ends of the Austrian spectrum, yet under the baton of Johannes Fritzsch, WASO showed the two could make a compelling pairing.
Articles by Laura Biemmi
St. George’s Cathedral Concert Series gave its audience an early Christmas gift this year; the inaugural performance of Sonus Angelorum, a new professional upper voice female choir based at the cathedral.
Golijov's Three Songs for Soprano and Orchestra, with Sara Macliver as soloist, was the highlight of a wonderful concert that also featured music by Prokofiev and Sibelius.
West Australian Symphony Orchestra and Guest Director Shaun Lee-Chen delivered an excellent mix of Baroque delights: crowd-pleasers, showstoppers and rarer gems.
An attention to detail and a sophisticated handling of the entire spectrum of orchestral colours rendered this performance a triumph.
The West Australian Orchestra, conductor Asher Fisch and soloists Elena Perroni and Adrian Tamburini navigated Brahms' German Requiem beautifully.
WASO treated audiences to a warm, colourful program showcasing the sonic range and artistry of Latin American orchestral works.
The violinist and St George's Cathedral Consort were a brilliant programming match in this concert performed beneath a blue whale skeleton.
Rachael Dease's songs are moving, haunting, dark and ultimately unshakeable.
Highlights coming up in online streaming as well as on ABC Classic and the independent radio stations ArtSound, Fine Music Sydney, 3MBS, 4MBS and 5MBS.
The program may have been unsurprising but the compelling concert kept the audience on the edge of their seats.
Jessica Gethin, Emmalena Huning and WASO ensure the audience leaves the concert hall with a smile.
WASO gives such an effective performance of Carl Orff's famous cantata that it is revealed in a fresh light.