Blessed be the Bliss-makers, for they have rediscovered a long-forgotten gem.
Delectable Debussy degustation with French fries on the side.
Novel take on music of Baroque master yields new insights.
Kolesnikov takes aim at the French Baroque and hits the bullseye every time.
The Australian saxophonist gives us some reel talk about the new concerto, which draws on traditional Scottish dance forms, ahead of its Australian premiere with the Adelaide Symphony.
Rossini may have made his name and fortune as a master of comedy but a closer look at his life and work reveals a character of no little depth and darkness.
Sarah Penicka-Smith will take part in the Hart Institute for Women Conductors, becoming the fourth Australian selected since the residency began four years ago.
The Australian pianist gave her first public performance at the age of three, with the photos to prove it. Here she talks about giving the world premiere of Elena Kats-Chernin’s Third Piano Concerto.
An absolutely epic evening conducted by Simone Young.
Carl Vine tells us about a “very daring” year of new artists and new works, as well as the long awaited return of some old friends.
An uneven presentation of this comedy from Wagner.
An authority on Australian music, Holmes will receive an award for distinguished service at this month's ceremony.
Ahead of the release of his period-instrument Winterreise for ABC Classics, the Australian baritone talks about preparing this monumental song cycle with the help of some 19th-century singers.