Mary Li’s memoir is a splendid companion piece to that by her husband, Li Cunxin.
This extensive study delves into an “alternate history of music” focusing on those who chronicle and critique music from plainsong to pop.
A must for readers with a special interest in English singers and repertoire of the 18th century.
There’s more to Humperdinck than witches and gingerbread.
Former ballerina Mary Li has written a memoir as a sequel to her husband's – a lively, compelling read which covers her career and the journey of their daughter Sophie who was born deaf.
A visual feast for opera buffs and sticky beaks alike.
The Australian Musical is a rigorously researched, definitive history of Australian musical theatre. A labour of love for its authors, it will be treasured by musical fans.
One craftsman pays tribute to another in a unique novella.
The Debussy bible, maybe, but the man remains an impression.
Wide-ranging portrait captures both music and words.
The role the arts can play in the face of a climate crisis, exciting new collaborations between Indigenous composers and Western classical musicians, Natalie Aroyan, Stephen Sondheim and much more.
Discover our readers' and critics' favourite artists of 2019, learn about Beethoven's final tempestuous year, and celebrate Musica Viva as it turns 75.
Unique memories from Gilbert & Sullivan to JC Williamson Ltd.