Deborah Humble will give the Australian premiere of a work Mendelssohn didn’t want you to hear.
The pianist talks about growing up in transit, maestros he’s loved, and what he’d like to do to certain audiences.
The chief conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra doubles as a charismatic musical evangelist.
Let’s hope the Australian premiere of the world’s oldest opera goes better than it did in 1600.
Richard Jones’ well-cast take on Richard Strauss has masterly touches galore.
The Israeli conductor spills on moulding the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.
Singer weighs into ‘Dumpygate’ affair while Times and Independent critics offer halfhearted apologies.
NZ Symphony orchestra’s first Conductor Laureate passes away at 90.
Consistent, satisfying playing of a fresh and unconventional program.
Calling all brass players and percussionists – the SSO wants YOU!
One composer’s response to environmental issues is to send a musical as well as a political message.
The Telegraph critic Rupert Christiansen defends his position amidst a storm of controversy.
One of Limelight’s recent 30 under 30s excels in ASO debut with Orff and Rach.