John Bell investigates the quality of leadership, taking Shakespeare as his guide.
An insider’s view of one of history’s musical whitewashings.
The populist impresario’s reminiscences are entirely unputdownable.
An Aussie singing legend gets the biography she so thoroughly deserves.
At last, the book for science nerds no musical home should be without.
This book more than answers what it is that conductors do.
A fascinating visual slice of fin de siècle Australian theatrical life.
It may not be a memoir, but boy does András Schiff have plenty to say.
A beautifully written coffee table book and a valuable way of getting to know a man we all would like to get to know better, writes Clinton White.
The kids are all right in this fascinating, new look at children’s role in opera.
Helen Marquand's labour of love reveals the life and times of an émigré pianist.
Something for everyone as Beethoven comes up fresh as a daisy.
The curious case of a trio of pianists cut off in their prime.