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Classical Music

On the 250th anniversary of the death of one of the Baroque period's most prolific composers, we ask if more can be more.
Ahead of Chamber 8’s Australian tour, the violinist shares some little-known gems from the chamber music repertoire.
Back in 2015, this extended musical family told Clive Paget how the 'food of love' can also be the language of love.
The South African-born, Gold Coast-educated fortepianist talks Mozart and the therapeutic effect of mixing a cocktail.
The great pianist treasured Beethoven’s kiss and incorporated it into his mythology, but did it occur in public or in private?
Ahead of performances with WASO and ASO, the French-Canadian pianist explains the challenges of Chopin and Saint-Saëns.
With so many versions of Alma Mahler, the facts are often difficult to separate from the fiction.
Daniel Barenboim and Charles Dutoit help us discover the private pianist behind the public persona.
Ahead of the Australian premiere of Stravinsky's Funeral Song, we explore the rediscovered works of the great composers.
Stephen Page and Steve Francis on the life and legacy of the mercurial Aboriginal man who learned to straddle two worlds.

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