John Adams’ masterpiece is done full justice, proving itself the late 20th century’s great opera of ideas.
Fifty new influential and inspiring individuals added to list of those who have changed classical music.
The legendary performer will appear on stage with an old pal from the Sound of Music.
Legendary Aussie tenor passes away at 86 after a rich international career.
Opera Queensland’s baritone talks Rossini, six packs, bullock trains and stage disasters.
The June issue focuses on the glorious musical tradition that is British music.
New British study proves the benefits of the Arts in treating patients with debilitating mental disease.
Conductor Mark Wigglesworth wonders if the experience of live music should live longer than the music itself?
The Production Company’s home-grown hit steals the limelight from OA’s South Pacific.
Will Wagnerlicht at Vivid compensate the harbour city for missing out on the Melbourne Ring?
Deutsche Oper am Rhein abandon controversial production on “medical grounds”.
Western Australian orchestra records a profit of $288,423 but acknowledges the future looks tough.
Director Noel Staunton talks about Verdi, hip hop, and getting Queenslanders to stay up until 2 am.
New German production of Wagner's opera leads to protests and walkouts.
Actor and comedian will be projected into a production of Britten's Paul Bunyan.
Lyndon Terracini cuts back on key opera principals in order to accommodate another musical.
Opening Night Gala launches three days of celebratory performances in St Petersburg.
Best of British compilation includes exciting surprises from lesser-known artists (some of them even Australian).
Hollywood legend and one of the first crossover stars passes away at 91.
Australia’s biggest orchestral beast announces a positive result for 2012, if not as good as last year.