Debut release for Cawrse a long time coming but well worth the wait.
Articles by Lisa MacKinney
McCallum and Helyard bring sparkling French duets to life on 1853 Erard piano.
Gugnin finesses Scriabin's Mazurkas in a dazzling display of Russian pianism.
Intense taletelling of Czech and Hungarian works for cello and piano from cellist Laura van der Heijden and Jâms Coleman.
A concert showcasing works developed through a mentoring program for women and non-binary composers highlights enormous talent.
Tibet and Queensland unite in beautiful display of musical and cultural unity.
Review: Beethoven, Mozart, Seabourne & Holloway: Horn Quintets (Ondřej Vrabec, Pavel Bořkovec Quartet)
Horn virtuoso Ondřej Vrabec dazzles again, this time with strings.
Captivating collection of 21st-century piano works from Northern Europe.
Fireworks aplenty in Dudamel's HD LA Phil Mahler cracker.
Fabulous piano works by female composers, impeccably selected and performed.
Modern Icelandic works rub shoulders spectacularly with rearranged classics.
Melbourne jazz duo tackle Stravinsky with sprinkling of Gershwin and Debussy.
Review: Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos 1, 14, 15 & Chamber Symphony (Boston Symphony Orchestra, Andris Nelsons)
Fifth instalment in Nelsons' cycle continues sonic splendour of predecessors.