Mahler’s 9th Symphony, the composer’s last completed work, has acquired an almost religious significance. Common opinion has it that this Continue reading
Follow ANAM’s famous faces in this November edition of the Alumni Tracker.
It was my first day at ANAM in 2007. No sooner had I sat down at the piano in one Continue reading
We’re delighted to welcome members of the Australian String Quartet (ASQ) to ANAM for two concerts this week. They are working Continue reading
Emails, text messages, contracts, grant applications, press kits, publicity media and copy, video recordings, scheduling for rehearsals, teaching … all Continue reading
On Tuesday 31 October 2017, I performed a recital in the South Melbourne Town Hall. I had decided to create Continue reading
The Latin verb peregrinari has the sense of travelling abroad, or away from home. This seems apt for our ensemble Continue reading
Follow ANAM’s famous faces in this May edition of the Alumni Tracker.