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This year's Australian Chamber Music Festival was a truly immersive event, reports Clinton White. Swimming togs were a must.
A remarkable night of chamber music saw the Goldner String Quartet call it a day with a definitive reading of a Mozart favourite.
School's in for some of our best young players at this year's Australian Festival of Chamber Music.
An extraordinary concert of compositional contrasts, instrumental virtuosity and sheer entertainment.
Lively and refreshing interpretations of works by Mendelssohn and Beethoven propel the orchestra's eastern seaboard tour.
A visually and aurally thrilling performance brings freshness and spontaneity to the mighty Mahler 7.
John Rotar’s Passio is an extraordinarily compelling work, one that surely will stand the test of time.
Making his debut with the CSO, young conductor Sam Weller made an indelible stamp with a performance to be treasured.
Clinton White reports from this year's Australian Festival of Chamber Music in Townsville, and talks with AD Jack Liebeck and culinary icon Maggie Beer.
The Australian Festival of Chamber Music continued over the weekend with the Governor's Gala, which featured the belated premiere of a 25th-anniversary commission for the Goldner String Quartet.
The 2022 Australian Festival of Chamber Music opened with the James Cook University Opening Night concert celebrating the wonders of nature.