From chopsticks to a Guarneri, this fiddler will amaze you.
Australian compositions may not immediately spring to mind when you consider the great 20th-century symphonies but, argues Rhoderick McNeill, there is a significant body of work worth celebrating.
The marsupial was the subject of a hot pursuit for several hours this morning before it was apprehended at the Sydney Conservatorium.
Ma, Ax and Kavakos give exhilarating accounts of old favourites.
Christian Li is one of 44 participants selected in this year's most prestigious competition for young violinists.
Heated arguments and a case of musical rivalry lurk behind the four composers featured on the star violinist’s latest recording project.
Philippe Sands, author of East West Street, talks about turning his book on crimes against humanity into a performance that explores the solace music provides.
Intimate, inviting, and charmingly crafted Ravel from the Seraphim Trio.
Limelight caught up with John Adams and Peter Sellars to find out what an opera set in the Californian Gold Rush has to say about Donald Trump’s America.
Sir Andrew Davis plays it cool in Antarctica.
A close friend of Piers Lane, the British pianist admits he will be a hard act to follow. We talk to the AFCM's new AD about old ideas and new brooms.
Think crinkling candy wrappers are disruptive? A mouse caused quite a commotion at a concert in Washington on the weekend.
Women and groups including women make up 56% of successful applicants.