Lyndon Terracini presents a tale of two operatic titans in two cities.
The plot thickens! Finally, we get our first taste of music from the diva’s mysterious new CD.
Dudamel’s energetic Eroica, Angela Hewitt’s poetic Schumann, the Grigoryan bros and more.
Red-hot maestro Gustavo Dudamel on how his orchestra is changing the world. Plus, the return of Hamer Hall.
This island paradise doesn’t shy away from tough themes.
Concert performances of The Flying Dutchman and a guest appearance by Barry Humphries are just two of many highlights in SSO 2013
Could circus skills help pave a spectacular new path for opera in the 21st century?
American publication recognises Mirella Freni, Dawn Upshaw, David Daniels, Simon Keenlyside and Eric Owens
Brett Sheehy to end his collaboration with the Melbourne Festival after a four year tenure as Artistic Director
Cecilia Bartoli threatens to call the police as the Mission mystery team get closer to the truth of her new recording. Philippe Jaroussky also implicated…
The crew make it into the recording studio of Cecilia’s new album. But are they any closer to discovering what she is recording?
The musical program of the London 2012 Olympics comes with bells on
Russian singer Yevgeny Nikitin quits the Wagnerfest after German media discover a swastika tatoo on his chest