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How does an artist commemorate the brutality of war? Composer James Ledger shares his thoughts.
| Apr 21
The Iranian-American harpsichordist unravels Rameau (and a good deal more).
| Apr 21
Two of Australian music's leading ladies, Claire Edwardes and Amy Dickson, on reviving their duo.
| Apr 20
The American academic leaves after only three years citing “personal reasons”.
| Apr 20
Sacred meets profane with Ockeghem up against Estonian shaman drums.
| Apr 19
The Artistic Director of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music reveals 2015's red-hot lineup.
| Apr 17
Boris Godunov and Frankenstein stand out among Covent Garden's showings for 2015 and 2016.
| Apr 17
An evening of sumptuous music making, from the plains of South America to war-torn Russia.
| Apr 17
Dido laments while witches steal the show in Purcell’s one-act hit English opera.
| Apr 17
An unusual but inspired program proves entirely different and unfamiliar.
| Apr 17
An uplifting, spiritually cleansing and intelligently multi-cultural Gallipoli tribute.
| Apr 16
Young Australian soprano is called up by Royal Opera House to reprise her Onegin triumph.
| Apr 16
The BBC documentary is based on Australian academic Martin Jarvis’ controversial theory.
| Apr 16
The 24-year-old is the first Japanese dancer to be promoted to the company's most senior position.
| Apr 15
ABC listeners are invited to nominate the top ten pieces “that make their world stand still.”
| Apr 15
CIMF Artistic Director Roland Peelman shares why Einstein is his inspiration.
| Apr 14
The second annual urban art festival in Perth reveals several new public artworks.
| Apr 14
A few inconsistencies fail to blight an otherwise exhilarating conclusion to this year's Festival.
| Apr 13
Camerata provides the five-star petrol for Cenčić’s Rolls Royce voice.
| Apr 13
The Hildegard Project will commission new works from Australian women composers.
| Apr 13

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