McVicar’s ghoulish, gothic Don triumphs despite the odd vocal let-down.
A most auspicious start to Sir Andrew Davis’s anticipated Mahler project.
Fine Melbourne cast make the most of Sondheim’s fractured fairy-tales.
Orchestra and unions accuse Peter Gelb of long-planned cynical strategy.
The composer waxes lyrical on his new collaboration with Sydney Dance Company.
Respected composer becomes first female Master of the Queen’s Music.
Controversial director Frank Castorf accuses Wagner’s heirs of artistic interference.
Stephen Cleobury sorts the men from the boys in glorious harmony.
Amidst tough competition, Tabatha McFadyen has been awarded first prize at this year’s contest.
Chan’s musical Memoir is as powerful as anything he did 20 years ago.
A look at Philip Glass’s epic Portrait Trilogy; the minimalist’s answer to the Ring Cycle.
Mozart reminds us that nothing in life should be taken too seriously.
A libretto is more than an excuse for music when writing an opera about Russian poet.