A fine Russian pianist finds the romantic soul of Bach.
Will Yeoman is Senior Arts Writer at The West Australian. A keen classical guitarist, he reviews regularly for Limelight and Gramophone magazines, and gives pre-concert talks for the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. He is currently director of Perth Festival Writers Week.
Articles by Will Yeoman
The ever-brilliant Mozartists make a virtue of necessity in rare repertoire.
Lippel presents Bach refretted, reimagined and rejuvenated.
Modern master of the keyboard revels in Renaissance glories.
Post-revolutionary rescue opera at its most entertaining.
Emily Sun shines in French repertoire for violin and piano.
Review: Vivaldi: Concerti Per Violino IX, ‘le Nuove Vie’ (Boris Begelman, Concerto Italiano, Rinaldo Alessandrini)
Born-again Vivaldi delivered with freshness and brio.
Lacey and McGuire invite you to a magical musical bower.
A veteran Handelian returns to Rodelinda with a vengeance.
More fireworks and philosophy from one of today's harpsichord greats.
At last, the book for science nerds no musical home should be without.
The Sixteen gift us sublime songs of serenity and solace.
Mozart fragments get a dazzling finish in world premiere recordings.