Trio of “extreme” musicians carry their cellos 42km to raise money for spinal injury charity.
Is composer Eric Whitacre the Messiah of new music? Plus, the truth behind Mozart’s Requiem.
The Stanford-based ensemble tours Australia with oboist Diana Doherty.
Decibel undertakes the first complete performance of Cage’s colossal Variations for the composer’s centenary.
On Friday the 13th we remember composers who met unusual ends, whether by conducting, pimple or foul play.
From Bach to Arvo Pärt: your playlist for the most inspired Easter listening.
In the Penal Colony is a minimalist chamber opera taking on big, brave themes.
The legendary homegrown composer tells Limelight what he has in common with George Clooney.
What classical and experimental records are extreme enough for Finland’s extreme accordionist?
New disc Yo Yo Ma Biatches recorded on specially made solid gold cello.
Does it make you smarter? Does it reduce crime? We investigate the latest scientific research to discover the actual benefits of listening to classical music.
Listening to Verdi and Mozart could help prevent rejection of a transplanted organ.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra went on a pub crawl to find the perfect venue for their next gig.