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Classical Music

As a child, the choreographer sat under the keyboard while his mother played – he just wishes he’d learned to play piano.
Ahead of OA's Thaïs, the French-Canadian baritone shares his early dream of being a singer in the style of Elton John.
More adventurous concert programmes are needed to sustain the interest of audiences and musicians, writes Graham Strahle.
The self-confessed workaholic talks about her career, her Parsifal nightmares, and why she will only stay in a hotel with a pool.
For the conductor, singing the title role in Benjamin Britten's cantata at the age of 19 was a life-changing experience.
Camerata's Artistic Director shares his favourite places in the world and why he'd like to be a dance in another life.
In turbulent times, says the violinist touring Australia, compassion becomes the stock in trade of composers and musicians.
The composer will combine her twin passions for music and art, only this time entirely without the aid of manuscript paper.
Millennials are typically under-represented at classical music concerts, new research from the UK sheds some light on why.
The composer and broadcaster reflects on Australian music in 1983 and his relationship with Peter Sculthorpe.

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