Talented US rookie offers insight into late Soviet genre bender.
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
Six not-so-easy pieces from three revolutionaries who died last year.
Festival organisers defy the gods and strike up the band, with a wonderful opening concert.
James Crabb and the ACO give us the smell of steamy tangos on a hot February night
A cavalcade of stars, “muso a muso”, capture the unguarded moment.
Review: Zemlinsky: Lyrische Symphonie & Schreker: Prelude to a Drama (ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra)
Worth the 30-year wait as Vienna band waxes lyrical with Zemlinsky.
Frenchman’s Bach pilgrimage reaches the flowering of the Weimar period.
Small is beautiful as Mornington’s boutique festival goes online
Emotions aplenty and messages of hope as Australian Haydn Ensemble plays its first live concert in two years
Summer concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as The King’s Singers are back live.
William Hennessy chose the intimate setting of a string quartet recital to make his last musical statement as MCO’s Artistic Director – and a very fine concert it was too.
World premieres of new works by five young composers mark Omega’s return to the stage.