Symbolism and metaphor abound in this complex, ambitious, exciting work by Liza Lim for soprano with ensemble.
Alongside artists from every sector, the classical music community is uniting to stage fundraisers and offer other forms of relief to those affected by Australia’s catastrophic bushfires.
The esteemed Australian horn player, who had an important international career, has died at the age of 88.
The General Manager, Classics and Jazz, Universal Music Australia discusses Eloquence, which he founded in 1999, and why it has gathered a dedicated fan base, selling two million units in its 20 years.
Winner of Season 2 of 3MBS’ The Talent in 2019, the soprano discusses the importance of championing new and Australian composition, dream roles, and falling asleep to Andreas Scholl.
Musica Viva Australia turns 75 this year. As the chamber music organisation started by refugees in 1945 celebrates its milestone season, we talk to former Artistic Director Carl Vine and new Artistic Director Paul Kildea about Musica Viva’s past, present and future.
Health-related projects come out on top, with a number of classical music individuals and organisations like the Four Winds Festival and Claire Edwardes also successful.
ABC Classic and ABC Jazz Content Manager Toby Chadd reveals some of the things in store in 2020 including a new baroque show, Beethoven each Friday, as well as the Classic 100: Beethoven.
Collaborators from way back realise their magnum opus.
Three women, three styles, three winners.
Andris Nelsons’ new Viennese Beethoven box blows hot and cold.
ACO takes on a pair of classical giants in exciting live recordings.
Honeck and his Pittsburgers arrive safely at Heaven’s Gate.