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In partnership with Warner Classics, here are ten of La Divina's stellar career highlights.
| Sep 19
Yukie Ota gives near perfect performance despite insect landing on her face.
| Sep 18
Here's a preview of this month's Limelight Magazine cover feature. Which works of today will be the classics of tomorrow?
| Sep 18
Paul Baxter of Delphian Records talks about founding a label and his proudest moments.
| Sep 18
Sir Neville Marriner and Sir James Galway also among the winners.
| Sep 18
Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh set to thrill the Brits in 2015.
| Sep 17
Bertrand de Billy lambasts management as he exits behind Franz Welser-Möst.
| Sep 17
Polish dramatic soprano receives $20,000 in award bequeathed by cherished singer.
| Sep 17
New Zealand tenor, and one third of Sol3Mio, carries off 12,000 euros.
| Sep 16
Love and beauty will be in the air as AB kicks up its heels with a program of old and new.
| Sep 16
Pianists old and new, great singers and a dollop of disco set to rock South Australia next year.
| Sep 16
Which works of today will be the classics of tomorrow? Available to buy now online and in shops.
| Sep 15
The Australian pianist tells us why he's letting his inner child take the stage.
| Sep 15
The eclectic pianist talks about career choices, Aussie citizenship and the compulsion to compose.
| Sep 15
Will youth-aimed programming provide Covent Garden with next generation of opera lovers?
| Sep 12
The Australian tenor’s latest role debut sees him reflecting on repertoire and mixing a musical cocktail or two.
| Sep 11
How do classical music's most murderous characters compare to Jack the Ripper?
| Sep 10
Icelandic a capella gets a dose of Aussie sunshine as the Sydney Chamber Choir takes on Björk.
| Sep 10
Hard to believe that Alexander Balus has never been heard down under, until now that is.
| Sep 09
New work and re-imaginings (oh, and Robyn Nevin in Mother Courage) characterise Belvoir's 2015 season.
| Sep 09

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