Rossini’s grand musical showcase finally makes its Australian debut in suitably lavish, comic style.
The Utah Symphony's Music Director is a fan of the prodigious yet underrated French polymath.
Guy Noble reflects on how orchestral gender disparity often starts at school, and why he avoids all-male environments.
Why do some still believe the Polish pianist bedded one of Paris’s most notorious sirens?
Beethoven, Brahms, and a new quartet worthy of serious buzz.
Eloquence reissues the Aussie mezzo’s Mahler while Bridge scrubs up a sci-fi opera.
Featuring an excellent cast, Stuart Maunder's Vixen is a highly imaginative romp.
The 22-year-old from Western Australia receives $5000 and will see his work premiered by the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra.
Where did the Requiem come from and why have so many composers been fascinated with death? We explore the evolution of the Mass for the Dead, and looks at the five big ones to die for.
Rose Riebl and David Larkin explore the erasure of the woman behind Wagner's Wesendonck Lieder.
Carolyn Philpott’s work as a musicologist has taken her from writing a book about Malcolm Williamson to visiting Antarctica. She reveals how she is exploring the ways composers have used music to represent landscape, and how music might advocate for fragile regions.
Highlights include a new work by Jessica Wells, a choir of thousands, and the return of a revamped Opera at Jimbour.
Two superstars plumb the depths to poetic effect, despite the name.