Fireworks aplenty in Dudamel's HD LA Phil Mahler cracker.
Articles by Lisa MacKinney
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.
Tinalley String Quartet's second instalment of Mendelssohn Quartets excels on all fronts.
Another stellar release celebrating Australia's wealth of female composers.
Second album from Australian space-obsessed quartet shows promise.
Proust and his posse – a stunning journey into lost time.
Virtual orchestra revives underplayed works but not same as real thing.
Not your usual swansong: Andrew Schultz celebrates the maali, Perth's black swans.
Benjamin Grosvenor's all-Liszt program reveals hidden gems and knocks it out of the park.
Cave and Lens collaborate on an otherworldly song cycle in response to the pandemic.