The classical crossover star talks about his latest recording, which sees him find a new singing style and duet with a childhood hero.
Halévy’s follow up to La Juive rises at last from the dead.
Nézet-Séguin’s latest Mozart effort boasts a winning cast.
London outfit plays it straight in a celebration of New York.
Glyndebourne’s Hamlet scrubs up splendidly on DVD.
The bass-baritone will give recitals featuring his favourite opera arias and musical numbers.
The American mezzo delivered a Baroque rockstar performance, but the Orchestra of the Antipodes was no mere backing band.
Greta Bradman's tribute to her homeland tops The Limelight Chart – our monthly list of Australia’s best-selling classical music albums.
The Australian mezzo-soprano turned 80 this week. Roger Neill looks back on her top-flight international career and stream of first-rate recordings.
Turnage’s razor-sharp take on Berkoff’s take on Sophocles still packs a f**king punch.
With the year drawing to a close, we look back over the operas that wowed our critics in 2018.
Sydney Chamber Opera will premiere a new Australian opera based on Peter Carey’s novel Oscar and Lucinda as part of the Sydney venue’s 2019.
Strong music making, including a compelling performance by Vivica Genaux, is hampered by hands-off direction.