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.
Rarely has an operatic event taken the musical world by storm such as Brett Dean’s Hamlet did on its premiere in the Continue reading
It’s hard to believe we are nearing the end of our series performing Claude Debussy’s complete piano and chamber music. Continue reading
The Michael Hill International Violin Competition is held every two years in Queenstown, New Zealand. Each competition, a New Zealand Continue reading
Of all the great composers, few are obscured by as much myth as Mozart. The ‘Mozart Myth’ was kicked off Continue reading
It was my first day at ANAM in 2007. No sooner had I sat down at the piano in one Continue reading
ANAM Recitals give each musician the opportunity to make a personal musical statement, through performance, repertoire and presentation. We recently Continue reading