How the countertenor, who started out as an actor, found his voice singing baroque opera’s shadier characters.
On Friday the 13th we remember composers who met unusual ends, whether by conducting, pimple or foul play.
British/French cellist Corinne Morris releases album after five-year injury.
Covent Garden's Tsar brings Eugene Onegin to Australia and talks Tchaikovsky, childhood and the future of opera.
New book finds that Federation to 1960 was a veritable age of gold for the Aussie symphony.
Forget the sexy tones of 'Je t'aime', classical music has sultrier sounds and bigger climaxes to offer wannabe Valentines.