The stars of Victorian Opera’s upcoming production of Parsifal talk the holy fool and the wandering Jew.
Frustrated by the confines of classical music, conductor Charles Hazlewood formed the British Paraorchestra for professional musicians with a disability, which is on its way to the Perth Festival.
Pianist Kathryn Selby tells us what she looks for in musical friends ahead of Selby & Friends' Root Position tour.
She joins a long list of classical music luminaries including Rostropovich, Isaac Stern, and Kaija Saariaho.
A new study reveals that musicians with Absolute Pitch have larger auditory cortex volume than musicians without the ability.
Politics and music can and do mix in poles apart symphonic takes.
What, another Four Seasons for your collection? Oh, go on then...
FX Roth and his band blow hot and cold most beautifully.
Harriet Cunningham celebrates the “madness” that led to the formation and running of the period ensemble as it launches a program celebrating the past and the future.
Review: À Portuguesa: Music by Scarlatti, Boccherini et al (Andreas Staier, Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música)
Some great Iberian music here, but don’t Lisbon to the title.
Several tastes of Holst, both before and after The Planets.
Daniel’s Mahler comes up bright as a new penny.
A well thought-out program, spanning 100 years from Janáček to Reich.