Debut album brings much-neglected French women composers out of the shadows.
Born within the sound of tennis balls in Wimbledon, Steve Moffatt’s earliest musical memories are of his father’s dubious tenor accompanying 78s of Gigli and Bjorling. As a reporter he covered Jimi Hendrix’s inquest. He now attends concerts and reviews them for NewsLocal newspapers where he is production editor.
Articles by Steve Moffatt
Uplifting and spellbinding by turns, this concert sees Richard Tognetti and the ACO pay tribute to two boy geniuses.
Plenty of thrills as international stars add to this SSO concert that really took off.
Open house as Australian Chamber Orchestra unveils its state-of-the-art new base.
Husband and wife duo take us to Debussy, Beyoncé and beyond.
Cracked clarinet was an ill wind that blew some good in the end.
Time stands still as Omega weave their magic far from the madding crowd.
Nimble footed Clerici and his old band make a last-minute detour to Scotland.
Bach’s magnificent Easter offering is given its due reward by a crack team.
Familiarity breeds plenty of content with a joyful blast of Beethoven.
Reach for the oxygen as Jack Liebeck tackles the Himalayas of the violin.
Plenty to relish and think about amid the sounds of Silence.
A triumphant and magnificent return to the stage after a year of adversity.