A magical musical journey to the land where all good dreams come true.
Céleste Venard – born in Paris in 1824 – was a woman and an artist far ahead of her time.
Peter Sculthorpe was the first non-Indigenous Australian composer to create a distinctively Australian musical language.
The colours and rhythms, perfumes and passions of Spain come alive in music by three of its greatest composers.
Seeking out undiscovered resonances on the violin with new tuning patterns of his own invention, Biber created a profound musical meditation on Chr
Love is the heartbeat of the whole universe:mysterious, proud, an agony and an ecstasy to the heart.LA TRAVIATA
The Australian Voices, known globally for vibrant performances that reflect on contemporary themes, present their tenth album: Reverie.
We’d always suspected it – and over the past couple of years, Australians have confirmed it.
Larry Adler was a musical phenomenon – a harmonica virtuoso with a 70-year career, the highest-paid entertainer in America during the 1930s and 40s
Leading early music expert Winsome Evans presents the final chapter in her ground-breaking project to transcribe and record Bach’s solo instrumenta