Philippe Jaroussky's star continues to shine brightly in this wonderfully varied recital.
Tony Way is a director of music at Melbourne’s historic St Francis’ Church. Holding a masters degree in music, he is an organist and choir director as well as a published composer. He has been reviewing classical music for over two decades.
Articles by Tony Way
Compelling, crystalline performances despite some missed repertoire opportunities.
A master cellist delights with refined and elegant playing.
An intriguing blend of ancient and modern works in search of lost innocence.
A noteworthy contribution to Australian musical history, handsomely presented.
A wonderful journey into the raw but refined world of Monteverdi’s madrigals.
Scholars deliver the crowning glory of a Herculean labour of love.
A haunting and heartfelt homage to Italian poet Cesare Pavese.
A rich aspect of MacMillan’s music opened up in polished performances.
Out of a closet: New Barber discoveries.
Rattle leads a fine, modern recording of a Beethoven curiosity.
Passionate advocacy for two poignant Shostakovich chamber works.
Enjoy the revival of a heavenly Mass composed by a Bohemian bon vivant.