Bach and Glass make a pair of interesting musical bedfellows.
David Greco sings Death's many faces alongside a young person's Winterreise.
Blundell finds a lost musical home where the buffalo roam.
It turns out that there’s more to Ginastera than a malambo.
Tortelier finds a Frenchman who went his own way.
With a song penned by The Don, Bradman is bringing it home.
"The cello is being treated as a cello, and not as some trumpet-violin gone crazy," the German cellist says ahead of the world premiere with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
An energetic symbiosis between Camerata and Julian Bliss.
Simon Phillips' entertaining production of The Turk in Italy gives Rossini's comedy plenty of sparkle.
Spanish classics and a new Milliken work with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's artistry.
From sublime singing to ridiculously good comedy, this new production is the next big step up for a small opera company.
Fortune smiles on The Orlando Consort yet again.
In the high art of countertenors Mehta shows he’s all class.