Katie Noonan leads us down Kats-Chernin’s green road.
Donizetti's lost queen – Jessica Pratt delivers a forgotten, yet regal Elisabetta.
A fine valedictory celebration as Stephen Cleobury bids King’s farewell.
Magnificent soundscapes from a neglected polychoral master.
Review: Stanford: Mass ‘Via Victrix’ 1914-1918 (BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales/Partington)
Making a powerful case for Stanford’s late choral output.
A standout performance by Warwick Fyfe sees Madeline Lee soar.
James Ledger's new Viola Concerto, performed by Brett Dean, was a concert highlight alongside Florent Schmitt and Berlioz.
The Richard Bonynge Orchestral Fellowship is a pre-professional year which trains musicians in opera and ballet accompaniment.
Richard Wagner said he wrote music with an exclamation point. Isn’t the dramatic soprano the exclamation point? asks Nina Stemme. The world’s reigning dramatic soprano talks to Jansson J Antmann ahead of her much-anticipated return to Hobart for a Wagner Gala with John Lundgren.
A panel from the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Sydney Dance Company, NIDA, Gondwana Choirs and the Australia Ensemble gathered at City Recital Hall to discuss the state of the arts.
Got an opinion? We'd love to hear it! Every issue, the Letter of the Month wins a fantastic release from ABC Classic.
Sir Andrew Davis will complete his Mahler cycle with an army of 1000 performers at Margaret Court Arena.
A season of Germanic highlights has plenty of gems away tucked in there for the curious.