Requiems by Brahms and Dvořák, a new work by Antony Pitts, and the Great American Songbook are among next year's highlights.
Natalie Williams has won this year’s commission for the creation of a new musical work of a substantial nature.
We spoke to Melbourne-based composer Christine McCombe, who will take home $4,000 and collaborate with Rubiks on a new work.
QSO's Music Director has been recognised for her contribution to culture and Mexico's international reputation.
Between classic Xenakis and contemporary Australian fare, Ensemble Offspring's Lone Hemisphere was one for the fans.
The German bass-baritone talks Handel, Bach and Frankenstein ahead of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's Messiah.
The iconic Melbourne classical music store’s collection of autographs – spanning Dame Joan Sutherland to comedian John Clarke – is up for auction.
Professor Cat Hope examines gender equality and empowerment in Australian music culture in this year's Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address.
The agreement will see the export of the AMEB syllabus and examinations to Vietnam.
With the year drawing to a close, we look back over the operas that wowed our critics in 2018.
Blue Heron's Music Director tells us about The Lost Music of Canterbury, Limelight's Recording of the Month in December.
A Remarkable Journey: From Canterbury to Oxbridge via Boston with Blue Heron.
Australians have done well at the Gisborne International Music Competition, taking out first, second and several other prizes in New Zealand.