The National Gallery of Australia has stitched together the story of the Ballets Russes through painstaking restoration of costumes designed by Picasso and Matisse.
Nicholas Carter, conductor Paddington Town Hall, Sunday March 6 Berlioz Symphonie fantastique Weber Overture to ‘Oberon’ Demersseman Introduction and Polonaise for Ophicleide and Orchestra
Gillard’s gift to President Obama of an iPod loaded with Australian music is marred by the conspicuous absence of our classical composers.
Could Southern China’s new cultural beacon eclipse the Sydney Opera House?
Countertenor Andreas Scholl has discovered that returning to his roots has enriched not only his personal life, but his artistic endeavours too.
First violin and violist will part ways with the all-female group at the end of the 2011 season.
Premier Kristina Keneally and Arts Minister Virginia Judge confirm a major arts facelift for Parramatta’s controversial development site.
Europe’s prestigious ICMA crowns Rene Jacobs’ The Magic Flute Recording of the Year.
Music director Christian Curnyn wants to show Australia a lighter side of Handel in bold, tragi-comic romp Partenope.
David Sefton to take the reins in 2013.
Bernstein resources now open to the public.
Another rarity rescued by Australia’s Baroque opera crusaders.