The glamorous Korean soprano on “flirting” with her audience, meeting Dame Joan, and singing with her dog.
The story of opera from its origins in the Italian Baroque to the singular vision of Wagner and beyond.
A controversial new production puts the master composer in chains.
The magazine pays tribute to Joan Sutherland a year after her death.
La Stupenda’s spectacular original costumes are on display in London’s Royal Opera House.
The Duchess of Cambridge and her father-in-law have been enjoying performances at Covent Garden.
The artistic director of Opera Australia on why the artform needs to adapt and reach out to survive.
The violinist has been criticised by human rights groups for performing at Kadyrov’s birthday gala.
The November magazine celebrates the milestone with 100 classical CDs and the chance to win them all!
The soprano on her “trauma” in The Love of the Nightingale.
Have your say and tell us who you think delivered the most memorable performances of 2011.
Opera’s 12 most gripping last gasps: stabbings, suicides, strangulation and more!