A unique, snazzy collection from the Bowl and Copland conducts Copland.
Phillip Scott is a long-time reviewer for Limelight and US music journal Fanfare. He has written four novels and the scores of several children’s shows for Monkey Baa Theatre Company. He is best known for his work as performer, writer and Musical Director for The Wharf Revue.
Articles by Phillip Scott
Richly textured contemporary works from Bulgarian-born Brit.
Polished and heartfelt performances in an exquisite closing program.
Essential listening, especially if you don't know Klemperer's monumental heft.
Little known Brazilian music of real distinction.
Korkmaz Can Sağlam's Sydney Festival debut reveals a pianist of great technical skill and plenty of heart.
Wilson and his Sinfonia produces a top pick in this luscious score.
A stellar reputation confirmed in this hugely enjoyable recital, one full of sensitivity and fireworks.
Three masterpieces delivered by a polished ensemble led by a stunning Joshua Bell.
Kathleen Battle, Karel Ančerl and Antal Doráti provide a host of goodies from the archives.
An imaginative program, played with conviction.
Directed by Andrew Haveron, the SSO strings strut their stuff and two extraordinary guest artists shine.
A delightful soufflé of rare French music for two pianos.