Share the Sydney Opera House stage with Australia’s most popular leading men.
La Stupenda is the face of the issue nominated for the 2011 Magazine Cover Awards.
The iconic tenor is bound for Australia for the first time in 15 years.
Melbourne Festival artistic director Brett Sheehy serves up a classical music feast like no other.
The “heir to Pavarotti” succumbed to head injuries sustained in a road accident.
Festival Baroque Australia showcases local and national talent in a rare Handel opera.
The UK’s most prestigious classical awards
Who are this year’s contenders for the UK’s most prestigious classical awards?
Yes, classical music can be funny. Ten thigh-slappingly good piss-takes of the noblest artform.
One young tenor shows that many hands really do make light work.
Australia’s cultural icon has the worst acoustics of all the country’s major classical music venues.
Cheryl Barker and Jose Carbo unveil the new opera season in style.
In 2012, the reign of Terracini begins at Opera Australia. Here’s what’s in store for his first programmed season.