Review: The Great Divide
May 03, 2022
Wide-ranging program perfectly reflects Canberra Festival's overarching theme, even if one did have to work to see the lin...
Review: Touching song cycle takes an emotional toll
May 02, 2022
GEMMA Peacocke’s song cycle “Waves & Lines”, a look into the lives of Afghan women through a stunning and...
Review: Improvisation and, at times, quite beautiful music
May 01, 2022
IN the centre of Parliament House, directly underneath the flagpole, is a square atrium space known as the...
Review: Joy of finding beauty in the absurd
April 30, 2022
THERE is a certain joy in finding beauty in the absurd. ...
Review: Music and a ‘magical’ walk through nature
April 30, 2022
THE Canberra International Music Festival has kicked off with the exquisite “Tree of Life” concert.
Review: While You Sleep
April 29, 2022
The experience of While You Sleep is total, inescapable. It is mesmerizing, perplexing, captivating and frustrating, just ...
Focus on an Artist - Neeman Piano Duo
February 17, 2022
With a plethora of talented and acclaimed musicians set to perform at the 20...
Welcome to a brave new year
January 30, 2022
Our colleagues at Sydney Festival have needed good luck and fortitude to weather a political storm (-in-a-teacup) as well ...
Review: Dreamy passion draws festival to a close
May 10, 2021
FITTINGLY, to end the 2021 Canberra International Music Festival, Gustav Mahler’s “Song of the Earth”, which accor...