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Respected advocates of pioneering Japanese teacher defend his reputation following reports of fraud.
| Oct 31
Speculation over Carmen connection behind the departures of Artistic Director and Chorus master
| Oct 31
Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky's big guns, Medtner steals the show.
| Oct 31
Early music pioneer and peace activist accuses ministers of incompetence toward the arts.
| Oct 31
An excellent, thoughtful, funny, well-staged play that needed just one more rehearsal.
| Oct 30
The virtuoso fiddler has a fondness for Bilbo Baggins and reveals the time he fell off stage.
| Oct 30
Nott conducts Poulenc and Mahler with something of the night about them.
| Oct 30
Top cellist refutes evidence, describing Australian academic’s material as "shoddy".
| Oct 30
Would you join Berlioz at the witches Sabbath or hide under the bedclothes? We dare you to find out!
| Oct 30
Online videos featuring senior orchestral players share tips for success.
| Oct 29
Johnny Greenwood's a standout amongst an evening of mixed Beethovian pleasures.
| Oct 29
2014's powerful Puccini success sets the tone for opera company's accessible 2015 season.
| Oct 28
Anna Magdalena composed major works in a household torn by adultery and suicide, claims Darwin Professor.
| Oct 28
German pianist's mixed bag of Haydn, Beethoven and Chopin to Hobart.
| Oct 28
NSW Government and Sydney Conservatorium announces new $30,000 award
| Oct 27
Adelaide Festival Centre and Adelaide Cabaret Festival promise a bumper year for culture in SA.
| Oct 27
Ensconced on an aircraft carrier, SA's Otello takes a different tack.
| Oct 27
The passion, music and melancholy of the Schumanns comes to life in letters and song.
| Oct 23
Tickets on sale now for Bryn, Renée, Yuja and many more, plus a Golden Opportunity revealed.
| Oct 23
Lieven Bertels corrals a raft of intriguing and diverse music, theatre and dance talents to rock Sydney in 2015.
| Oct 23

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