Legendary Romanian pop singer Maria Tanase brought to life in a groundbreaking multimedia performance.
Australia's leading coloratura talks about her new Mozart CD and how she gets to the top (and stays there).
Expect toy train tracks, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy and an inflatable Stonehenge.
Classical monthly seeks potential critics in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart.
Deconstructing the genius of Vladimir Horowitz – and finding a few surprises along the way.
This month our critics choose the year's top 40 classical releases – and pick a winner!
It's business as usual for Australia's classical music and arts magazine.
Iconic works from over 90 major artists on loan from New York's Museum of Modern Art.
The ACO's Richard Tognetti's in the Limelight hot-seat for a special December issue.
The Art Gallery of NSW welcomes a diplomatic visual invasion from the USA.
Tax authorities discover an Aladdin’s cave of stolen masterpieces in Munich.
Sydney's Bondi to Tamarama annual event proves more family fun than a bucket and spade.
Sydney Festival unveils a program of diverse arts and eclectic collaborations.
Indigenous artist notches up posthumous win for depicting Aboriginal man's metamorphosis.
It's Wagner month with a cover on the Ring Cycle and feature on Melbourne's new production. Plus we preview Australia's 2014 arts seasons.
Not only did these composers write immortal music, they inspired history’s great artists to new heights of expression.
Inaugural three-day art fair at Carriageworks is a hit, attracting more than 28,000 visitors.
Inside the brilliant but often misunderstood Jacqueline du Pré; plus pianists Willems, Hough and Hewitt and our Aussie Festivals Guide.
Ten maestros discuss the music they are passionate about, Isserlis on his newest recording, Ibragimova on hers and the stories behind the most famous musical portraits.
80-year-old Gija elder wins prestigious art prize for Moon Dreaming.