Lyndon Terracini, Artistic Director of Opera Australia, joined Simon Moore on Breakfast yesterday to announce Opera Australia’s exciting 2022 season, which features two new outdoor productions.
Late-night Sundays and Mondays are special times of the day. From 10pm, this week it is Cafe jazz and Latin jazz.
Malcolm Arnold – the centenary of whose birth we celebrate on 21 October – was subject throughout his life to severe depression and extreme mood swings which, with acute alcoholism, led to several suicide attempts.
“Jimmy ‘lit a bonfire’ with his superb playing … playing that embraces all the elements of the greatest artistry.”
Fine Music Magazine First Person
For Australian composer, performer, and educator Margaret Brandman, 2021 has been a year of noteworthy events, not the least being her recent 70th birthday.
Wednesdays bring a world of world jazz, with Jazz Sketches at noon with Robert Vale and Planet Jazz at 7pm with Xavier Bichon.
Classical Jazz Playlist
Easing you into the month of October with a selection of contemporary jazz and classical sounds, just in time for the weekend.
Considered to be one of the greatest trombonists in the world and renowned for his swing improvisation, Brazilian Raul De Souza is credited with creating the Bossa Nova of the ‘50s and Samba jazz of the ‘60s.
CD of the Week Friends Offers Giveaways
Polarities Vol. 2 is an album of fresh contemporary classical orchestral works which explore emotions and sensations of opposing forces.
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach was one of many German composers of the late 17th century whose work has fallen off the pages of history.