Ahead of his 70th birthday bash, Victorian Opera’s Artistic Director tells Angus McPherson about honing his skills in the percussion section, the best (and worst) conductors, and the pleasures of opera.
Currently performing in Faust, the Albanian tenor discusses his early career success, working with Luciano, and what's next.
In his new wind quintet for the Omega Ensemble, Russian-Canadian composer Airat Ichmouratov tells his story.
A new initiative founded by Canberra flute player Sarah Grey seeks to take the angst out of funding, she tells Angus McPherson, by creating a one stop online shopping destination for arts philanthropy.
Dr Nolan discusses Bach's jubilant festive work as St George's Concert Series prepares to present it in Perth.
Sharon Grigoryan has curated a series of chamber music performances in the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Quartet Bar. She tells us what to expect.
Verdi's sacred masterpiece brought stunningly to life.
Refined, joyous performances of Bach's music for Christmas.
Beloved by his colleagues, the Latvian maestro has died at the age of 76.
The German violinist on the rewards of an unusual pairing for his latest release, which is Limelight's Recording of the Month in December.
Tetzlaff’s coupling proves endlessly illuminating.
The standout CDs of 2019 plus music for your Christmas stockings, Bran Nue Dae at 30, David Williamson's final curtain call, and we interview Richard Mills.
Levit goes full cycle – pianist stakes his claim as a Beethovenian for contemporary ears.