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Prolific composer and Baroque star Anton Fils had a surprising appetite for arachnids.
The cutting-edge US artist will discuss composing in a post-truth world and perform her work inspired by a military "blood chit".
Ahead of his appearance with the Chinese National Symphony Orchestra, the violinist talks music, audiences, and beauty.
Ahead of Madama Butterfly, the Mexican-born tenor shares why he's happy to be working here with Opera Australia.
Christopher Latham looks at the French impressionist's paintings and experiences during the First World War.
Moody, paranoid and in later years creatively paralysed by depression, there was a dark side to Elgar that history tends to overlook.
The Melbourne Festival’s AD explains that audiences in the city, and in Australia, inspire him to go further and harder.
The Melbourne Festival offers up a joyous, provocative embrace of body politics, nudity and sexuality in society today.
For their new albums, soprano Joyce El-Khoury and tenor Michael Spyres are walking in famous footsteps.
The soprano explains how the rise of the Protean career means arts organisations need to adapt to changing needs.

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