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2016 3MBS Marathon

Who will be our featured composer in 2016? Following Beethoven in 2013, Schubert and Brahms, who will it be next? Stay tuned for the announcement.

Program Highlights

21st August 2015

In this episode of Concert Hall, violinist William Hennessy takes the stage. We will hear him perform Brahms' Violin Sonata No. 2 in A, as recorded at his 50th birthday concert in 2005. Join Robert Hooke for an afternoon that also includes works by ...Read More

Program Highlights

25th August 2015

Join June Sloane for The Piano Album where she highlights the works of Percy Grainger. Grainger is most well known for his folk-inspired piano tunes, achieving international acclaim, but never forgetting his roots as a boy from Melbourne....Read More


Divas and Tenors

Divas & Tenors is a 2 CD release with 36 tenor and soprano songs from the biggest and most popular divas & operatic stars of the classical world. Artist in the compilation includes the likes of Cecilia Bartoli, Renee Flemming, Rolando Villazo...Read More

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