Join award-winning Brisbane-based Orava Quartet for a journey into the soul of Russia featuring the music of Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky.
One of the most in-demand sopranos on the scene performs a selection of songs from Ravel, Poulenc, Mahler, Montsalvatge and Bolcom.
Violin virtuoso James Ehnes and his 1715 Stradivarius take us to the heart of Bach with a suite of dances culminating in the most electrifying 10 minutes of music you’ll hear all year.
This 33-year-old Beijing-born pianist wowed audiences at the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition and brings his sensibility and flair to a program featuring Grainger and Rachmaninoff.
One of the greatest singers of our time, and one of the most charismatic, whether he’s giving one of his impeccably conceived recitals or being the irresistibly wicked Don Giovanni, Hampson inhabits the music like few others.
One of the world's most awarded cellists explores two landmarks of the 20th century canon in Ligeti's early sonata from the 40s and Kodály's magisterial sonata along with Bach's solo cello suite.
Hear Vivaldi’s Four Seasons again for the first time alongside works from Elgar, MENDELSSOHN and Bechara El-Khoury when British virtuoso violinist Daniel Hope takes to the Concert Hall stage.
The accordion is not necessarily an instrument that you’d associate with classical music, but Ksenija Sidorova will change your mind. The Latvian virtuoso has taken her instrument far from its usual haunts of cafes and tangos and firmly into the Concert Hall.