A program of warhorses that comes off thanks to a thoroughly thoroughbred performance.
Finnish composer and conductor awarded the 2014 Michael Ludwig Nemmers Prize in Music Composition.
Double bassist in the Indooroopilly Chamber Orchestra to celebrate 100th birthday.
The classical period ensemble take a look at the musical melting pot that was London in the 1790s.
Marie Angel and Sally Whitwell take minimalism to the max at the Adelaide Fest.
As contemporary music legends make a rare Sydney visit, founder member Daryl Buckley talks about whet keeps them ticking.
The Russian coloratura is making her Australian debut at Hobart Baroque, but how did she get here from there?
Brett Dean stars as conductor and composer in a soaring start to ANAM’s 2014 season.
Australia's top coloratura sings Mozart and talks training, top notes, bel canto, bosoms and Bonynge.
In a game of two halves, spanning two centuries and using eight instruments, it was the Crumb that won.
The Tectonics curator talks about who's on his bill of fare and why contemporary music matters.
The triple-threat violinist is fluent in French, English and Japanese but is most proficient speaking 'music'.
Holly Harrison was "surprised and excited" when her piece was selected at the Apeldoorn Young Composers Meeting.
On Friday the 13th we remember composers who met unusual ends, whether by conducting, pimple or foul play.
The Sitkovetsky trio prove three will be company when it comes to Carl Vine's 60th birthday gift to Musica Viva.
Feeling snubbed, the RCO's Honorary Conductor wants nothing more to do with the orchestra.
Melissa Lesnie talks to Jane Sheldon about her experiences singing the music of a contemporary music legend.
Manuela Hoelterhoff suggests the Met finds another Music Director to make the experience more "pleasant".
Sydney Dance Co's AD used to chose Madonna over flamenco, but nowadays it's classical that sets his toes tapping.
The Renaissance Players do folk and pop from Medieval times to the 1970s, in 'British Birds, Beasts and Bards'.