Born On This Day
Part Impressionist and part neo-Classicist, Manuel de Falla is difficult to peg, but he is widely regarded as the most distinguished Spanish composer of the early 20th century. His output is small but choice and revolves largely around music for the stage.
Jazz Jazz After Hours Program Highlights
Late night Sundays and Mondays are special times of the week. Jazz to engage, to relax and to refresh. From 10pm this week, Sunday (20th) brings Lerner and Loewe with Jeannie McInnes, while Monday(21st) brings Cuban jazz with Eddie Bernasconi.
Classical Fine Music Showcase Jazz
On Sunday Special Sunday 13 November, Julie Simonds presents Fine Music Showcase, an exciting program of vibrant and varied music recorded live in our Founders’ Studio by 2MBS sound engineer Jayson McBride. Listen back, Listen Anytime
Barry O'Sullivan Emerging Artist Program Jazz Jazz In Conversation
Each Friday, Barry O’Sullivan invites a studio guest onto Friday’s A Jazz Hour at noon, and this week is special guest Tomas Ford, from the 2022 Fine Music Jazz Artist-In-Residence, Anoesis.
Classical Emerging Artist Program News and Events
Experience the virtuosity and excitement online of some of Australia’s brightest young stars of classical music at the MBS Network National Young Virtuoso Award Final on Sunday 20 November via digital stream.
Born On This Day Classical
Friedrich Wilhelm Michael Kassel, to give his full and un-Frenchified name, was one of a number of remarkable demon pianists who flourished, mostly around Paris, in the early couple of decades of the Romantic era in music. He wrote a large quantity of music, mostly flashy and some of which is still played.
Barry O'Sullivan Jazz Jazz In Conversation program previews
Each Friday, Barry O’Sullivan invites a studio guest onto Friday’s A Jazz Hour at noon. This week’s guest is vocalist Jo Fabro, who has a new album, and is performing in the Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival