A fifth award makes Sir Harrison Birtwistle the most successful BCA composer ever.
Melbourne's new kids on the operatic block set off on a re-imagined Homeric adventure.
Pavel Dmitrichenko found guilty of attack on Bolshoi boss. Prosecutors call for nine years in a labour camp.
Finnish conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen reveals a list of key guidelines for aspiring conductors.
Voices in the Forest Director Chris Latham on the attraction of outdoor concerts.
How the Principal Conductor of the West Australian Symphony Orchestra hopes to perform 'forbidden' Wagner operas.
Conductor advised not to go on as grueling world tour takes its toll.
Mariss Jansons put an orchestral Rolls Royce through its paces at the Sydney Opera House.
Award winning publication, and Australia's only classical music magazine, faces an uncertain future.
The Australian premiere of Kancheli's Exil promises a spiritual journey of hope and discovery.
Fish Fine Music Director Paul Nemeth discusses the historical evolution of music retailing.
Oldest living pianist and holocaust survivor enjoys a quiet birthday at home
Michael Tilson Thomas doses up his audience with mid-concert lozenges.
The charismatic Franciscan has a second album in the classical hit parade but he’s alert to the lure of fame.
David Hansen takes the philandering title role in a 400-year-old opera receiving its Aussie premiere next month.
A stunning, if far from fairytale, ending to OA’s Ring.
German-Australian actress turned opera visionary Elke Neidhardt passes, aged 72.
Mariss Jansons drives his 120-player musical Porsche into Brisbane with plenty of style and horsepower.
The prodigiously talented Shuan Hern Lee adds another international win to his résumé.
Armfield and Vinke find the Mensch in the Ubermensch