The long line-up outside the Independent Theatre well before opening time augured well for the afternoon’s events, indicating that the regulars know the quality of the lavish afternoon tea provided as
A concert of composers who were recognised with a selection of works sung that were new and what a joy it was to expand one’s experience of these composers.
The Streeton Trio can certainly be congratulated for a superb performance that introduced us to early and unfamiliar works by well-loved composers.
They wove a magical mixture which seamlessly moved from the early 17th century to 2015. Clocking in at just 70 minutes.
12 October 2014, St James King Street Gloria – new and newer An early Sunday evening saw a capacity crowd assemble at St James King St Sydney to hear just one hour of music—but what an hour it w
The boxed set Song of the Guitar brings together five CDs, originally released over the period 2003 to 2008. It’s very much a Grigoryan family affair, with three CDs from brothers Slava and Leonard as
Simon Tedeschi is nothing if not versatile. He has performed with and for almost everyone of note. The website of this multi-talented, award-winning pianist presents a dizzying array of concerts in up
The softer sounds of ‘period’ or ‘original’ instruments don’t always translate well to large concert halls, so the choice to hold the Sydney concert of Ironwood’s ‘Mozart on the Move’ series in a reci
It’s not often you can come out of a concert and say one of the featured composers was sitting directly behind you and another was two rows ahead of you. But that was indeed the case with Halcyon’s Wo