‘Snow is Summer’ pays homage to the windswept landscapes and islands of Scotland. The program drew together music from folk and art music traditions, moving between hauntingly beautiful melodies
Recording the Mozart Flute Concertos is a bold move. Every professional flutist knows these works and they are the most commonly requested concerto for any professional orchestral audition. Likewise,
High quality performances without government or other official financial support. is a huge achievement and they deserve our patronage. I look forward to hearing them again!
Georgia Browne has a gift not only as a performer, but as a compere whose knowledge and passion for this music shines through in her informative and entertaining spoken program notes.
Careful programming ensured that there was variety in a program of baroque instrumental works. No better way to spend a sunny afternoon than on the Flinders lawn.
Nicolas Hodges – Piano 27 August 2014 For those in the audience who had rushed to make it into the city for a mid-week recital the Six Bagatelles (Op. 126) by Beethoven were a perfect way to open this
Refinement and exquisite musical dialogue were certainly the order of the day as Greg Dikmans and Lucinda Moon presented a program of duets and two solo works. Both performers engaged the audience wit
Applause to Alicia Crossley for commissioning young composers to write for an instrument very suitable for this repertoire. For fans of C21 chamber music or wanting to broaden musical horizons.
From the opening phrase of Brahms’ 3rd Violin Sonata, IIya Konovalov impressed with a violin tone that was exquisite. The lyrical opening was mellow but rich with nuance. As the sonata progressed Kath
A twist on the Romanian word for “life” Viazza seems a most appropriate name for this group. Violinist Katherine Lukey, cellist Paul Ghica and pianist Young Kwon Choi presented a polished and entertai
There’s something about listening to a person who has real passion. Whether it be sport, politics or music, that knowledge and enthusiasm comes through and grabs us all in some way. Peter Hagen
Music and the City should be very proud and happy with their Australian debut event. The format of the event was carefully planned to offer something for everyone. Guests gathered at the trendy Smart
The setting was a little different Not many classical concerts start with an outline of the bushfire evacuation plan. Oboe Origins, however, was being performed in the Broadford Salon and is nestled i