The new issue reveals the results of our critical blind-testing of six of Australia’s top orchestras.
Something for the weekend: scientific research proves that vibrators are good for your vocal health.
Arts community broadly welcomes National Cultural Policy initiatives – plus a stack of cash.
Classical magazine Diapason hurls barbs at Opera Australia’s “hideous monstrosity.”
Opera Australia’s heavyweight champion talks Falstaff, fatsuits and fad diets.
On the eve of her Decca solo album debut, the gifted Russian soprano talks Kiri, competitions and coloratura.
Ever wondered why many new music concerts are so poorly attended? Maybe it’s because the music has no fans.
The young French countertenor on why he’s taking eight months off singing to smoke and drink.
Opera singer to slug it out with the other Dames as she plays…well, an opera singer.
Jonathan Biggins and Phillip Scott’s irreverent update would surely have delighted Offenbach.
A mighty exponent of Wagner and Strauss, and the last in the tradition of Karajan and Fürtwangler, passes away at 89.
How did a girl from Point Piper grow up to conquer the opera world and be dubbed the “voice of the century”?
Craig Hassall, former head of English National Ballet, and Olympics guru, is set to return to Australia.