Seamlessly cross the genres and performance styles of folk and art-music with Evergreen Ensemble
Sophie Rowell is one of Australia’s foremost violinists. Kristian Chong is one of Australia’s leading pianists.
Is there any greater celebratory work than the Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture? Strathfield Symphony Orchestra think not! How will they fit the cannons into the Strathfield Town Hall? You will have to be there to find out. Although technically pushing the…
What a transformation there has been in the Ku-ring-Gai Philharmonic Orchestra. Gone are the creaky strings and hesitant woodwind entries resulting in an efficient and accurate unit. Perhaps its new principal home in the expanse of Chatswood Concourse has helped…
With the Industrial Revolution in full swing, art and philosophy were free to investigate grandly romantic ideals, and many of the most famous chamber pieces stem from this time.
Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra opens 2019 with a program of keyboard virtuosity.
Stunning Soprano/Cellist Taryn Fiebig with Artistic Director/Flutist Jane Rutter, accompanied by pianist Vincent Colagiuri
In November, Ironwood returns for Season 4 – the final program of 2018 – with the highly contrapuntal Piano Quintet in F minor by Cesar Franck.
Brisbane’s enterprising ensemble Soirées Musicales Quintette is noted for presenting elegant music in heritage venues.
Talented young organist Makito Mizushima, 1st Prize winner of the 2016 Sydney Organ Competition Junior Division, presents an impressive recital.
Chris Cartner’s mission to bring chamber music to different parts of Sydney is a most worthwhile endeavour. He showcases top Sydney talent in intimate surroundings. The concerts are pleasantly a little informal and the big audience at the Lavender Bay performance were enthralled.