The Music Show
He's famous for his chops- but he's not a butcher. He's fiddler Casey Driessen and his approach to bluegrass/ roots is as eclectic as they come.
Megan Washington - One For Sorrow live
Megan Washington's One For Sorrow
Larry Sitsky turns 80
On the occasion of Larry Sitsky's 80th birthday, The Music Show and Andrew Ford catch up with one of Australia's most commissioned composers
The music of Björk is celebrated in this concert collaboration of the Sydney Chamber Choir and The Idea of North.
In the half light: immersive clarinets
Contemporary classical clarinettist and musical explorer Aviva Endean is performing for Astra Chamber Music Society.
Steve Nieve - Bonus Podcast
Steve Nieve's Welcome To The Voice
Steve Nieve plays Elvis Costello
Steve Nieve re-imagines the tunes he's helped make famous as the keyboardist in Elvis Costello's different backing bands, in a new solo show touring Australia
Harrison Birtwistle at 80
British composer Harrison Birtwistle has turned 80, and is the subject of a new book
Yasukichi Murakami - Through A Distant Lens
Terumi Narushima is a composer, performer and sound designer; and she's all three at once in a new theatrical production by Mayu Kanamori.
Richard Tognetti, and film-maker Tony Palmer, on Peter Sculthorpe
Richard Tognetti, Artistic Director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and film-maker Tony Palmer explain some of the unique qualities that made the late Peter Sculthorpe so exceptional.
Megan Washington's new album is called There There
Acclaimed Australian pianist Tamara-Anna Cislowska joins Andrew Ford in the studio ahead of the release of her new album, Peter Sculthorpe: Complete Solo Works for Piano.
Flinders Quartet with Paul Grabowsky and Genevieve Lacey
The Flinders Quartet has embarked on a new collaborative venture exploring some literary reinventions with Paul Grabowsky and Genevieve Lacey.
Vocal Fireworks: Bo Holton and The Song Company
Danish composer Bo Holten leads The Song Company in a fiery program of madrigals - including a 16th-century tobacco advertisement!
Producer and singer-songwriter Joe Henry speaks to Andrew Ford about his approach to production, the importance of collaboration, and the differences between poetry and song lyrics.
Ross Edwards was a long time friend of the late Peter Sculthorpe, and also his former assistant; he discusses his memories of the composer.
Young saxophonist Nicholas Russoniello is about to release his debut album, Between Worlds.
2014 Freedman Jazz Fellowship
Improvising pianist and composer Aaron Choulai is the recipient of the 2014 Freedman Jazz Fellowship.
Andrew Robson and the Mara Ensemble, and their new project The Child Ballads.
Roger Covell on Peter Sculthorpe
Roger Covell talks about some of Peter Sculthorpe's 'breakthrough' pieces, and his particular style and approach.
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