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Indonesian and Western music intermingle in a haunting accompaniment to Garin Nugroho’s horror film Satan Jawa.
Since he picked up his father's synth and fell in love with music, the Russian's rise has been meteoric. How does he handle it all?
A trip to Tasmania's Bathurst Harbour with environmentalist Bob Brown inspired the composer's piece for Diana Doherty.
The line between high falutin' art and down and dirty folk has always been porous, says the SSO Chief.
On the eve of his Australian tour, the controversial violinist talks about his greatest musical influences and standing up Yehudi.
Newly recovered and recorded, the composer whose life was cut short at the Somme is assuming his righful place.
German virtuoso thereminist Carolina Eyck made her debut with the Berlin Philharmonic at the age of 15 and never looked back.
As a contemporary of Strauss and Schoenberg, it was inevitable that Zemlinsky’s brilliance would be overshadowed.
Find out why the German violinist waited until now to record Mozart’s Concertos.
The Finnish composer shocked many in the establishment when he embraced a popular mysticism with his musical angels.