The incoming chief says he wants to give Perth’s state orchestra its own distinct sound.
On the 100th anniversary of Ferrier’s birth, we examine the legacy of the British “girl next door”.
Is composer Eric Whitacre the Messiah of new music? Plus, the truth behind Mozart’s Requiem.
In the Penal Colony is a minimalist chamber opera taking on big, brave themes.
Not even wet weather fears can dampen the excitement surrounding Opera on Sydney Harbour.
In Victorian Opera’s production, John Bell finds out who’s after your soul these days.
Live Review: The Pearl Fishers Opera in the Park Supreme Court Gardens WA Saturday, February 18
Less is more on Mozart’s path to enlightenment.
Perth Festival, February 11
Gustavo Dudamel and Joyce DiDonato head up this year’s list of distinguished winners.
Benedict Andrews’ long-awaited, controversial production is a match made in heaven.
The hunt is on to find a singer with a seriously low range to record a new composition.
Richard Bonynge gives his personal account of the struggles and triumphs of his late wife, La Stupenda.