Excellence across Chinese and European works in this timely offering from China’s premier orchestra.
Fives, folk and Frankenstein! Ensemble Q delivers a three-concert mainstage program, an intimate series and a special performance in the West End.
Lerida Delbridge presents her first Hunters Hill Music Series, one that promises to be "inclusive and unifying".
Wilson and his Sinfonia produces a top pick in this luscious score.
The DSO final concert of the year was a crowning achievement and a tribute to a legendary Indigenous elder and musician.
Rising star Ein Na, a 14-year-old violinist from Brisbane, has been awarded the prize presented by the MBS network.
Cheney offers a unique and enquiring take on Australian chamber music.
Alexander Briger and the Australian World Orchestra complete their galactic mission with precision, verve and gusto.
Orange Chamber Music Festival offers a varied program of old gold, new gems and accomplished Australian performers.
AHE to tour five main-stage explorations of the music of Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart and some lesser-known contemporaries.
From Italian Baroque to new works and Rachmaninov from the comfort of a yoga mat, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs' 2024 is one of "contrast".
An outstandingly detailed Siegfried from Rattle, providing you can live with the lead.
Australian Haydn Ensemble will "walk a lot taller" after its critically acclaimed west-to-east traverse of America.