Kalina Krusteva and Stefan Cassomenos | Light and Shadow

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available Tune in to experience two of the most popular cello and piano sonatas of the 20th century. Kalina Krusteva and Stefan Cassomenos are…

 
Chloe Lankshear and Alan Hicks | To Loss, From Love

This concert is live streamed  from the Athenaeum Theatre on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall  “They are all love stories, in one sense or another, because love lies at the heart of our experience in the world.” – Alexander McCall Smith…

 
Live at Lunch | So French, So Fabuleux!

Opera star soprano, Amelia Farrugia performs best-loved French arias & songs. Joined by international concert pianist Vivian Choi and French Knight, Jane Rutter, ‘Madame Flute’, this fabulous female trio of Divas perform Classical and Cabaret works by Fauré, Hahn, Gounod, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Martini, Offenbach,…

 
Simon Tedeschi & Roger Benedict | Debussy and Ravel

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Extraordinary pianist Simon Tedeschi returns to the MDCH stage with violist and conductor Roger Benedict, performing evocative works by Debussy and Ravel. With transcriptions by Benedict of Debussy’s kaleidoscopic cello…

 
Allegri Ensemble | Lay a Garland

POSTPONED DUE TO COVID LOCKDOWN Allegri Ensemble’s October concert showcases the wonderful partsongs which flourished across Europe during the Renaissance and in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Our hour-long program features choral songs in four languages, all exploring…

 
Within Lotte Betts-Dean’s Four White Walls there is calmness and joy

When I sat down on a quiet Sunday evening in lockdown to view Lotte Betts-Dean’s solo online concert I was not intending to write about it, I just wanted to listen to something beautiful and having heard Betts-Dean’s voice live…

 
Lotte Betts-Dean | Four White Walls

Mezzo-soprano Lotte Betts-Dean celebrates the solo voice in a dazzling yet contemplative expression of contemporary music mixed with some hints of the medieval and impressionistic. ‘Four White Walls’ is an intimate film-recital delving into the inner language and emotional landscape…

 
Natsuko Yoshimoto + Alex Raineri | French Triptych

This concert is live streamed from Brisbane on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Violinist Natusko Yoshimoto and pianist Alex Raineri from their hometown of Brisbane present three masterworks of the chamber music canon, Sonatas for Violin and Piano by Debussy, Ravel…

 
Willoughby Symphony Orchestra | Parisian Rhapsody **POSTPONED**

Hear the best new talent Australian music has to offer in Willoughby Symphony Orchestra’s Parisian Rhapsody.  Clarinettist Oliver Shermacher, a finalist in the 2018 ABC Young Performers Awards, joins rising star conductor Sam Weller for Debussy’s haunting Première Rhapsodie and the world premiere…

 
Willoughby Symphony Orchestra | Parisian Rhapsody **POSTPONED**

Hear the best new talent Australian music has to offer in Willoughby Symphony Orchestra’s Parisian Rhapsody.  Clarinettist Oliver Shermacher, a finalist in the 2018 ABC Young Performers Awards, joins rising star conductor Sam Weller for Debussy’s haunting Première Rhapsodie and the world premiere…

 
MDCH Next Generation | Charlotte Miles Cello

This concert is a rebroadcast live stream to support Melbourne Musicians Streaming on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall  At just 18 years of age and with many national and international prizes to her name, Charlotte Miles has established herself at the…

 
Wind Quintet Plus | Musica Viva Concert

Combining flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn with percussion, Wind Quintet Plus performs music from diverse styles with colour, texture, drive and groove. At this concert, they will be playing a program of wind quintet favourites from Debussy, Edwards, Piazzolla…

 
Standing with Sydney: Duo Histoire | Nick Russoniello & Murilo Tanouye

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Let award-winning musicians Nick Russoniello and Murilo Tanouye take you from an empty hall in Sydney to the tango halls of Argentina, the streets of São Paulo and the salons…

 
Y-Squared | MDCH Debut

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available Internationally acclaimed duo, Yasmin Rowe and Yelian He, give their Y-Squared debut at the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall. From the delightful Beethoven variations…

 
Lawergren and Lowe, the epitome of elegance

Dusk to Dawn Mosman Art Gallery, March 20, 2021 After battling the flooding streets of Sydney’s lower North Shore to get to the Mosman Art Gallery it was a delight to stop and dry out while taking a quick look…

 
Review: Symphonic Saxes at old 505 | Nexas+Granger

Nexas Quartet’s collaboration with harpist Emily Granger at Old 505 last week was the closest I have yet come since Covid infected our lives to attending a live orchestral concert in the traditional sense – with each work on the…

 
Ensemble Trivium showcased chamber music with a French twist

Ensemble Trivium’s French Revelations concert was the perfect way to unwind on a Friday evening. Heritage-listed Old Government House, Brisbane, with its oak-panelled doors, high ceilings and chandeliers, was an intimate setting for chamber music. Ensemble Trivium is a collective…

 
Sarah Grunstein’s programme was a fitting way to spend a Sunday twilight on Sydney Harbour

The Australian pianist Dr Sarah Grunstein has had an illustrious international career both as a performer and educator. She has two degrees from the Juilliard School in New York and held a teaching fellowship there for four years. We arrived…

 
Kenny Broberg showcased his virtuosity in a multifaceted, impactful recital

Kenny Broberg is rapidly becoming a notable figure in the piano world. In 2016, he was a Grand Finalist in the Sydney International Piano Competition. The following year, he won the Silver Medal at the Van Cliburn competition in Fort…

 
Streeton Trio celebrates first flush of genius

The Streeton Trio can certainly be congratulated for a superb performance that introduced us to early and unfamiliar works by well-loved composers.