Catching up with the globetrotting countertenor whose chart topping recordings are going off down under.
School of Music appoints leading early music specialist as its latest lecturer.
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?
A new Silo built to be filled with the rudiments of composition in Australia.
Warwick Fyfe's hunch-backed sociopathic jester heads a fine cast in this new production of Verdi's classic.
Prize in honour of the late Wagnerian soprano goes to the orchestra at her old stomping ground.
Melbourne's boutique opera company challenges the fine line between reality and theatre with new production.
English bass-baritone whose distinctive voice and acting skills defined the Britten era passes away at 82.
Ten of the most inspiring works for Eastertide. Or what would Jesus have had on shuffle for Holy Week?
Heldentenor and iconic director fly the flag at this year's International Opera Awards.
Latvian soprano becomes first singer to debut in two roles in consecutive performances.
Or how online arts reviews have the potential to become the hot new place for musical lonely hearts.
Southern Cross Soloists continue their tradition of excellence, contributing to Queensland's unique music scene.
Vivaldi, Handel and Mozart give Lezhneva a chance to play a dazzling game of Russian roulades.
The crowd go bonkers for the crazy Orlando as dull old reason is pitted against the power of love.
This model of a modern Butterfly soars as art and spectacle combine on Sydney Harbour.
Let's hope that the news of Handa Opera’s demise has been greatly exaggerated.