Enter below for your chance to win a double pass to the ST. ALi Italian Film Festival running until Sunday 18 October at Palace Cinemas. With heartfelt dramas and hilarious comedies, never has there been a better time to escape to the cinema. Sit back and relax, while you and Continue reading “ST. ALi Italian Film Festival Giveaway”
Fiona Joy Hawkins, Moving Through Worlds
Composer, Pianist and Vocalist Fiona Joy Hawkins presents her new album Moving Through Worlds.
An ethereal and evocative mix of piano with instrumentation and voice, Moving Through Worlds is an explanation of ‘NOW’…. water, fire, climate change, survival and the vanishing of souls into Continue reading “CD of the Week (12 – 16 October)”
James Bond: The Essential Movie Themes
International Cellist, Dave Loew presents his new album – James Bond: The Essential Movie Themes.
Over 50 years and 27 films have produced some of the most celebrated compositions from Paul McCartney, Adele, Monty Norman, Shirley Bassey, Bill Conti and John Barry.
Ironwood, Farrenc & Saint-Saëns: Romantic Dreams
Acclaimed period-instrument ensemble Ironwood revive the sounds of the French Romantic through works by Louise Farrenc and Camille Saint-Saëns. These wonderful piano quintets provide contrasting glimpses of the rapidly changing tastes of mid-19th-century Paris, from the Schubertian Classicism in Farrenc’s piece to Saint-Saëns’ incredible Continue reading “CD of the Week (31 August – 4 September)”
Cameron Lam, The Art of Disappearing
Composer Cameron Lam, Fine Music Sydney’s 2018 Stefan Kruger scholar, presents his fourth portrait album, The Art of Disappearing, a full song cycle plumbing the emotional depths of Sarah Holland-Batt’s poetry.
Performed by Australian contemporary music champion mezzo soprano Jenny Duck-Chong, together with the Continue reading “CD of the Week (8 – 12 June)”