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Perth Cathedral's Master of Music will finesse the Town Hall's mighty instrument for a whole week of French organ grandeur.
The French pianist loved the classics before discovering the Stones; 40 years after his first disc he still straddles both worlds.
Ahead of her Australian tour, the Canadian pianist explains why communicating with audiences is vital.
From busker to band leader, meet the young gun turned experienced hand.
The irrepressible violinist pays tribute to musicians who inspired him and explores Chekhov’s Three Sisters in his latest album.
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?
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.
What do you get when you place nuts and bolts on the keys of an organ (apart from a smack on the wrist from the organist)?

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