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Today marks ten years since Pavarotti’s death. In 2013, we spoke to Richard Bonynge about the remarkable tenor.
A cast of shape-shifters takes us deep into a hallucinogenic nightmare in Malthouse and Victorian Opera's Black Rider.
You’ve read the book and seen the film, now kick up your heels with West Australian Ballet in The Great Gatsby ballet.
From Falla to Michael Jackson, the cello and guitar duo talk about their tour plans and the pleasures of Australian coffee.
Some thought Christopher Wheeldon “completely insane” when he decided to make a ballet based on Lewis Carroll's novel.
The Australian pianist discusses his new Medtner and Rachmaninov disc, Limelight's Recording of the Month for September.
A pupil of Haydn and friend of Beethoven, Reicha was an experimenter and one of classical music's true originals.
In his new sonata, Aspects of Return, native cello-speaker Jakub Jankowski draws on psychology, philosophy and poetry.
Winner of the 2017 Hephzibah Tintner Conducting Fellowship, the hornist started conducting by accident.
Was Ravel’s music affected by external events and, eventually, mental illness? Absolutely not, says Gerald Larner.