Staff who have been stood down by OA from March 30 until the end of May will be able to access up to 80 percent of their regular salary.
Over 100 academics have sent an open letter to the Federal Government saying that Australia's cultural future is at stake and calling for urgent support.
Luigi Russolo’s crazy crackling and hissing machines even got Igor Stravinsky going.
Orchestral musicians to mime artists are taking to YouTube with their own hand washing songs and videos during the coronavirus pandemic.
Scottish musician James Crabb was just four years old when he began playing the accordion, a relatively young instrument that’s beginning to gain a greater foothold in classical music.
The opera star has tested positive to coronavirus. He has also resigned from the American Guild of Musical Artists after it found allegations of sexual misconduct against him credible.
Review: The Karl Muck Scandal: Classical Music and Xenophobia in World War I America (Melissa D. Burrage)
How a whispering campaign sent a German conductor to jail.
Limelight critic Phillip Scott looks at recordings that were the talk of the town on their first appearance, and that have continued to impress pundits and public ever since.
The beloved ABC Classic broadcaster discusses his earliest musical memories, getting assigned the tuba on account of his height, and the prospect of introducing his son to Beethoven and Mahler.
On The Music Show on March 21, Andrew Ford will share this personal message about ways to support musicians during the coronavirus crisis.
We speak to MSO Managing Director Sophie Galaise about the success of the orchestra’s live streams, and how the organisation hopes to craft a model that might help other orchestras and small to medium ensembles ride out the COVID-19 crisis.
Scarlatti delights, but is four discs too much of a good thing?
Melnikov’s probing Prokofiev goes from strength to strength.