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Stuart Skelton, Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ and Anne-Sophie Mutter are just some of the highlights among next year’s offerings.
John Bell's Ensemble debut, a Reg Livermore one-man show and Ayckbourn's The Norman Conquests are on the bill.
Classical music will be played in a troubled London housing estate to disperse troublemakers and calm residents.
In Sydney for Parsifal, Kaufmann talks about Wagner, upcoming roles, and his withdrawal from The Met’s Tosca.
This year's hopefuls have submitted proposals that look to take classical music in fresh directions.
The German tenor explores Parsifal and Lohengrin, plus interviews with Evgeny Kissin, Paco Peña and more.
In a season of ‘H’s’, Erin Helyard returns to his beloved Handel and finally gets to host some Johann Adolph Hasse.
The Australian conductor, known for his fierce advocacy of Australian music, has passed away aged 85.
In response to RMIT research, APRA AMCOS has announced a raft of initiatives to increase female participation.
The Marlborough Civic Orchestra in New Zealand’s South Island has found a uniquely quiet space in which to practise.

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