Young writer-musicians bring the latest from Australia’s classical music scene

Becoming Pro: Tips from the Top

April 25, 2014

Sam Gillies talks with some of Australia’s top musicians about what it takes to go from being a student to a professional.Recently, I was stuck […]

Key to Jazz: Tom Vincent

April 25, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE If there’s one style that’s stayed timelessly cool since it first hit the clubs, it’s gotta be jazz. Australian pianist and composer […]

Network of Lines: Tilman Robinson Talks Debut

April 25, 2014

BY SAM GILLIES   Melbourne-based composer, trombonist and sound artist Tilman Robinson doesn’t restrict himself to one style. Having performed (and premiered) a diverse range […]

A Master Pianist: Freddy Kempf

April 25, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE Freddy Kempf isn’t your everyday pianist. While most of us spent our childhood learning how to read and write, Freddy was off […]

Tait of All Trades

April 25, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE Skilled craftsmen have long been praised for their abilities to create high quality objects with their bare hands. Although commercial mass production […]

25 Words Or Less

April 25, 2014

BY ANDREW MESSENGER, GABRIELLE RUTTICO, AND SAM GILLIESEver wondered what it’d be like to grab a program at a gig and actually get through it, […]

Discover: Copland’s America

April 25, 2014

BY ANDREW MESSENGER   On 26 May 1953, Aaron Copland sat before Senator Joseph McCarthy‘s notorious Senate Permanent Sub- Committee on Investigations. He was given […]

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