A selection of Tabatha's work both written and aural.
Phil News, Summer 2019
There’s a lot to get your ears around in Messian’s Turangalîla-Symphony, but seven decades on, it remains a masterpiece of 20th-century music. Tabatha McFadyen unpacks this seminal work.
Phil News, Winter Edition, 2017
Once upon a time, Brett Dean and Piers Lane were just two boys from Brisbane. Now, they're two of music's most revered artists. Phil News Editor Tabatha McFadyen spoke to the two of them ahead of their joint appearance with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in November.
LOVE LETTERS - PROGRAMME NOTES
February 22, 2018
Programme Notes for the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's concert featuring:
Wagner Siegfried Idyll
Schumann Violin Concerto
Mendelssohn Symphony No.4
A SYMBOLIST NERVOUS BREAKDOWN CABARET WITH TABATHA MCFADYEN
Kupka's Piano Blog, May 31 2016
Kupka's Piano welcomes guest soprano Tabatha McFadyen to the stage once again, this time for a scintillating performance of Arnold Schoenberg's modernist masterpiece Pierrot Lunaire.
THE MUSIC SHOW | ELISABETH SCHWARZKOPF
Radio National June 25, 2016
Soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf [1915-2006] was renowned for her roles in the operas of Mozart and Strauss, and for her lieder performances, though her legacy is clouded by her membership of the Nazi party. Singers Maria Lurighi and Tabatha McFadyen talk to Andrew Ford about the career and the singing of Elisabeth Schwarzkopf.
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