New & noteworthy
Harmonic Singer, Dean Frenkel and percussionist David Jones have joined forces to create this new release 'Barefoot in the sky'.
Celebrated flautist, Peter Sheridan has release his follow up album to 'Below' and 'Monolgues & Dialogues' - showcasing the wonderful world of the lower members of the flute family.
In tribute to the late Peter Suclthorpe - Move records has released this new CD. It features performances from some of Australia's finest performers.
Trumpeter Bruno Siketa and Organist Rhys Boak present a highly unusual CD of music for the combination of their respective instruments. Never before heard arrangements of some well known works present new insight into the music as well as into the possibilities of the two instruments.
Continuing on in the series of LP re-issues from Move's extensive archive comes this stunning disc. Originally recorded in 1985 - the Melbourne Brass Ensemble present Tone-Stuffs. The stellar line up includes MSO principal trumpet player, Geoffrey Payne.
The Kreutzer Quartet has forged an enviable reputation as one of Europe’s most dynamic and innovative string quartets.
Tinalley String Quartet has rapidly achieved recognition as one of the most exciting quartets, not only in their home of Australia but also on the world stage.
It is my great pleasure and absolute delight to see “Lotus Dreams” come to reality.
Since I recorded Lotus Moon, Willow Spirit Song and Serenade with ABC Classics, many music lovers have suggested that they would like to hear me sing Lieder and other styles of repertoire. This CD is a collection of my favourite songs and ballads.
Michael Kieran Harvey's address was delivered in November 2012 in Sydney and Melbourne. The shorter Sydney version was broadcast on both ABC Radio National and ABC TV. The longer 50 minute Melbourne version can be seen and heard on YouTube. Michael challenges the the funding model for classical music in Australia today. He describes the funding bodies as having an ‘anti Australian’ bias and figures the bulk of the funds should flow first to original Australian compositions.
Michael Kieran Harvey is one of the foremost interpreters of contemporary piano music of his generation. A champion of Australian music and himself a composer, he regularly commissions new Australian music and has performed with Australia's leading contemporary music ensembles and orchestras.