Pianist Sergio Tiempo was championed from childhood by Martha Argerich; now 41 years old, he’s still every bit the fresh-faced wunderkind.
Adelaide Festival Theatre, June 1 Beethoven’s epic ode to humanity recognises forty years of music making in Adelaide.
Shooting undercover at the Paris Opéra, a Mahler pilgrimage in the woods, and how I learned to spell Götterdämmerung.
Sydney Philharmonia Choirs plan to pop the bubbly while Cheryl Barker and Stuart Skelton cut the cake(s).
The maestro leading one of Australian opera’s largest and most expensive undertakings calls it quits, citing issues of “personal chemistry”.
As she prepares for her Australian concerts, the American cellist talks Shostakovich, Elliot Carter and playing Elgar for Daniel Barenboim.
What the magnetic cellist learned from Anne-Sophie Mutter and Msitislav Rostropovich, and how he hopes to pass some of that on.
The prodigiously talented Shuan Hern Lee adds another international win to his growing collection.
Could listening to The Rite of Spring for 38 days drive a music critic to distraction? As Limelight’s sacrificial guinea pig, I found out.
Welsh Singer parts from her record label amidst claims that she was pushed after unreasonable demands.
Marie Bashir gives Peter Bassett’s Ring Cycle lectures on Decca Eloquence the Royal seal of approval.
The mezzo soprano finds herself on top for once as she goes back to basics with an original instrument Norma.
German Chancellor figures out what to give to the man who has everything (and, of course, nothing).