The Wagnerian soprano’s hotly anticipated Australian debut has been cancelled.
Melbourne’s intrepid contemporary opera group releases two CDs in a bold recording venture.
Formed in 1975, the ensemble presents music that is “dark and depressing, glorious and wonderful”.
The Queen’s Birthday Honours list gives us something to celebrate in the Australian arts.
City Recital Hall, Angel Place Tuesday, June 12
Adelaide Cabaret Festival pays tribute to the Velvet Gentleman: eccentric genius, bad pianist.
From sultry Kate Bush to the gruff bellow of Tom Waits, Carpenter’s record collection is as dazzling as his wardrobe.
Music students and concerned citizens have protested, musical instruments in tow, against the ANU Council’s decision.
From the elegance of Callas to Danielle de Niese’s satin sheen and Stephen Hough’s dapper hats…
The world’s most prestigious ballet company brings its classic Giselle to Australia in 2013.
Joyce DiDonato takes no prisoners; Behzod Abduraimov’s diabolical debut; Piers Lane and the Goldner Quartet…
The first published works of Beethoven, Mozart and Mahler: mere trifles or immortal masterpieces?
Why director-driven travesty beats bland traditionalism in opera any day.