Catching up with the globetrotting countertenor whose chart topping recordings are going off down under.
The Adelaide Guitar Festival Tsar talks about the challenges, reveals his guitar heroes and gives us his top picks.
School of Music appoints leading early music specialist as its latest lecturer.
Australian Ballet's Manon proves there's more than just Wills and Kate for Sydney to look forward to.
They died (relatively) young and stayed (relatively) pretty. So who were classical music's biggest losers?
The secrets of Shostakovich, Elgar's Asylum music, Dame Kiri's farewell plus Emma Ayres on a bike...
Powerful passions run deep in Roland Peelman’s Eastertide offerings.
The talented 24-year-old was picked for The King and I while still at Sydney Con. So is she ready for the spotlight?
Equal respect given to composers old and new, from a variety of genres and nations, in a remarkable orchestral performance.
Seattle Symphony commission leads to Pulitzer win for Alaskan composer.
Audiences and takings show extraordinary rise on last year for Australia's newest festival.
The Montenegrin musician who is conquering the world (and the charts) with an Aussie instrument.
Benito Mussolini's violin will be auctioned by Bonhams London next month.
A new Silo built to be filled with the rudiments of composition in Australia.
Italian cellist plays, dances and sings while taking us (and his instrument) on a whistle-stop tour.
Warwick Fyfe's hunch-backed sociopathic jester heads a fine cast in this new production of Verdi's classic.
It may only take two to tango, but it takes more than that to make a great musical.
The 27-year-old Chinese piano star talks about her influences, standing in for Argerich and doing her own laundry.
"Composers Doing Normal Shit" on Tumblr has caused an Internet frenzy, highlighting the normality (and craziness) of musical lives.
David Lang's Pulitzer Prize winning Little Match Girl Passion is Australia bound, but is it opera?