Ludovic Bource’s acclaimed score for The Artist draws as much from Brahms as from Hitchcock.
These intrepid early music singers compare their sound to a string quartet’s – a match made in heaven for the ACO.
What are the Slovenian conductor’s big plans for Australia’s smallest state orchestra?
The conductor of England’s greatest Baroque choir explains why they’d be lynched if they performed Allegri’s Miserere as it was written.
Perth Festival, February 11
Canadian ensemble Tafelmusik play the music of the spheres, with a little help from Galileo.
Gustavo Dudamel and Joyce DiDonato head up this year’s list of distinguished winners.
The crossover sensation says The Devil’s Violinist was “the first rock star”.
The visionary behind the iPod changed modern music, says cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
Queensland’s biennial arts festival brings in the big brass.
The American pianist on rage, bizarreness and “good cop/bad cop” in Beethoven.
The Australian composer drew on the Black Saturday tragedy for his collaboration with Graeme Murphy.
Benedict Andrews’ long-awaited, controversial production is a match made in heaven.