Jonathan Meese claims a triumph of art over bureaucracy, as court finds him not guilty.
Cleveland’s prestigious competition crowns a new champion.
One of Australia’s rising vocal stars, Göknur Shanal is no stranger to making things happen for herself.
American mezzo who became Solti’s Klytemnestra passes away at the age of 90.
The innovative American string quartet, with a penchant for performing in the dark, comes to Carriageworks.
This year’s Festival should cause quite a stir with a radical Rite set to upstage even Ute Lemper.
The soprano’s first solo album in five years reveals a new dramatic voice and opens up some intriguing future career paths.
New Chief Conductor’s inaugural season goes back to basis with Beethoven, Brahms and a handful of big guns.
Boat ferrying singers to the floating stage at the Bregenz Festival capsizes depositing three singers into the lake.
Now a sprightly 86, Australian tenor Robert Gard looks back on filming the role of Aschenbach for Tony Palmer.
Why Bach was top of the class with respectful nods to Brahms, Ives and Ligeti.
Violin virtuoso Gidon Kremer launches concert against Vladimir Putin and lashes out at the likes of Anna Netrebko and Valery Gergiev.
An extraordinary collaborative project in Melbourne attempts to recreate the music we hear when we die.