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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.
Classical guitarists headed for Sydney in November tell us about their favourite pieces of music for the instrument.
“What is the point of making music if we are not using it to move people?” the cellist asks.
A pupil of Haydn and friend of Beethoven, Reicha was an experimenter and one of classical music's true originals.
Pinchgut Opera’s AD has just cut his first solo disc. The in-demand harpsichordist talks about the joys of Handel and musical theatre.
The artistic directors of the Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition talk about the competition they founded in 1999.
How a boy playing flamenco passing his front door set this master on the path to musical fame and fortune.
The young Aussie chose the guitar because it was totally different from what his siblings played. Now he’s determined to liberate it.
The pianist talks about the challenges of Rachmaninov, surrendering to the music, and being one with the orchestra.