Anna Goldsworthy is a writer and a pianist. Her most recent book is Melting Moments, and her most recent album is Trio Through Time.
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The glass curtain
Classical music’s problem with women
Fermata: Musical performance in lockdown
What becomes of the communion of classical musicians, composers and audiences during social isolation?
What are the odds?: Toby Ord’s ‘The Precipice’
The Australian philosopher’s rational exploration of existential risk is bracing but ultimately hopeful
He is risen!
Keeping mum about the Easter Bunny
C’mon, kids. It’ll be fun …
Unfinished business: A short story
Can a young wartime couple pick up where they left off?
Nobel Prize–winning journalist Svetlana Alexievich brings together an extraordinarily diverse group of Russian voices
Sweet dark purpose
Scaling the IVF mountain in Julia Leigh’s ‘Avalanche’
Felled by grace
Helen Garner’s work collected in ‘Everywhere I Look’
The art of manipulation
True crime and entertainment in Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’
The lost art of listening
Has classical music become irrelevant?
‘Dancing in the Dark’ by Karl Ove Knausgaard
Harvill Secker; $32.99
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