Mehta puts the Australian musical diaspora through its paces with blistering results.
Two singers, a pianist and a sax player go head to head with Nigel Westlake for Best Classical Album.
The noted conductor and a legendary director of music for the ABC has passed away at the age of 86.
Following his iTunes Festival appearance, we catch up with supposedly the most popular classical musician on the planet.
Alexei Ratmansky’s new production sparkles, even when viewed from the back of the orchestra pit.
An aristocrat of the piano turns Bachian teaser with part one of a two-part fugue-fest.
Orchestral musicians around Germany are replacing their instruments with picket signs in a nationwide walkout.
Queensland Ballet snags the Australian premiere of Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet as part of its 2014 season.
After a stunning 2011 debut the Australia World Orchestra is back, with very special guest Zubin Mehta.
From Glass to Nyman, the über-Gothic Princess of the Piano corsets-up to talk about her latest album.
Britten’s scores for films and radio-plays written during WWII to get first public performance, 70 years on.
Callas’s status as a cultural icon endures 90 years after her birth, with the lasting legacy of La Divina.
Not only did these composers write immortal music, they inspired history’s great artists to new heights of expression.