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“What is the point of making music if we are not using it to move people?” the cellist asks.
For the Ten Pound Pom turned ABC Classic FM broadcaster, Canowindra’s Baroquefest is one of many passions.
Domenico Dragonetti was so mad about his dolls they even got front row seats at his concerts.
The terms ‘new music’ and ‘contemporary classical music’ are now redundant. For John Davis, ‘art music’ is a better alternative.
There's plenty of evidence to indicate engaging in the arts is beneficial to mental health, says Festival Director Jill Bennett.
Ahead of Sydney Chamber Choir's Dido & Aeneas, the conductor delves into the music of Purcell, Monteverdi and Gesualdo.
He led a modernist Renaissance in Scotland, premiering Bartók and Hindemith, but his own music has been overlooked.
★★★★☆ Engineers at Warner Classics have striven to address some tricky recordings. So have they succeeded?
Like mother, like son. Limelight chats to Emma and Brendan Matthews ahead of his appearance in Schools Spec.
Elena Kats-Chernin likes Michel Legrand and Michael Kieran Harvey likes Living Colour. Could speaking about pop remove barriers?