Violinist James Armstrong (19) will spend three weeks in Vienna and Salzburg in January working with the top orchestras and chamber groups.
Fiery Latin fretwork in de la Parra’s brilliant gala performance.
The Bulgarian soprano has joined those rallying to the tenor’s defence following allegations of sexual harassment, while some opera houses have cancelled performances and others are watching the situation closely.
In his new concerto for Amy Dickson, Matthew Hindson harnesses the incredible flexibility of the soprano saxophone.
Composer Lachlan Skipworth tells us about collaborating with Numbulwar musician Don Nunggarrgalu on a new work commissioned for the orchestra's 30th birthday.
Stanton Welch’s new version of Sylvia puts a welcome spotlight on composer Léo Delibes. As The Australian Ballet prepares to perform it for the first time, we explore the history of the work and its score.
With Stalin bearing down on him, Shostakovich withdrew his monumental Fourth Symphony at the very last minute, consigning it to a drawer for the next 25 years. Mark Wigglesworth tells us why the score was so dangerous, and how the composer’s music changed forever.
While 83 percent support funding for orchestras, 80 percent admit they haven't attended a live classical concert in the past year.
In 2020 the guitarist’s competition will boast a bigger purse, with winning works performed by Withers and pianist Sally Whitwell and recorded by ABC Classic.
A report by the Associated Press details extensive allegations made by nine women, spanning more than 30 years. Domingo has described the allegations as "inaccurate."
Naseema Sparks will Chair the Classical Music Board while Opera Australia CEO Rory Jeffes heads up the Opera, Musical Theatre & Chorus Board.
Richard Tognetti’s 30th season with the ACO features four brand new works, four Australian premieres, Stuart Skelton singing Mahler, and, of course, plenty of Beethoven.
Richard Tognetti and Bill Henson explore the spaces between light and dark.