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The British violinist has appeared on the catwalk and as an ambassador for Dior, but his heart comes alive in the concert hall.
The renowned British choreographer and director talks about his stage adaption of William Golding's savage novel.
The conductor explains the allure of the German Romantics ahead of his performance with Sydney Chamber Choir.
From the edge of dreams to the dread of the Doppelgänger, the composer conjures five fantasies for his trombone protagonist.
The Finnish pianist's eighth Aussie tour sees him mixing Debussy and Sibelius with his old 'Appassionata' for Beethoven.
Growing up in Argentina, he joked about imitating women’s voices and studied bel canto because no-one taught countertenor.
Newly commissioned works by Bakrnčev, Barton and Wolf will form the centre-piece of Maddilyn Goodwin’s interdisciplinary project.
A play lurching from one theatrical disaster to the next has proved a worldwide hit.
The Acacia Quartet's Stefan Duwe explains why the composer, banned in Hitler's Germany, should be heard more often.
The Flinders Quartet's Zoe Knighton explains what happens when you mix and match the seating arrangements.

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