Ahead of upcoming performances with her father, Japanese composer and conductor Joe Hisaishi, the singer tells us about her big break as a four-year-old singing on the soundtrack to the iconic Studio Ghibli film Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.
The feline fan stole the show when it took the stage during a CRR Symphony Orchestra concert in Istanbul.
We speak to Chris English, who has been appointed Foundation Principal of the new independent primary school in Muswellbrook tailored around Richard Gill's educational philosophy.
After collaborating on successful productions of The King And I and South Pacific, OA and John Frost are to stage another Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
The number of Australians engaging with the arts while exploring their own country is growing, a study by the Australia Council for the Arts has found.
Melbourne’s annual awards ceremony for the performing arts takes stock of 2019’s best and brightest.
Jansen is glorious in Brahms, while León offers a rich new work and a compelling nightcap.
A flawless recital by one of the giants of the piano.
Love is in the air in this neatly judged Valentine’s recital.
Familiar themes given new life in Final Fantasy chamber performance.
One of the UK's finest young vocal ensembles mesmerises a Perth Festival audience with sublime harmonies.
The US composer/conductor explains how he came to fuse Bach, Beethoven, cowboy songs, gospel and blues in his oratorio about the murder of gay student Matthew Shepard, being staged as part of Mardi Gras.
Artistic Director Chris Howlett explains how the six-concert 3MBS Beethoven Marathon will show the softer side of the famously irascible composer.