Britten’s scores for films and radio-plays written during WWII to get first public performance, 70 years on.
Callas’s status as a cultural icon endures 90 years after her birth, with the lasting legacy of La Divina.
Not only did these composers write immortal music, they inspired history’s great artists to new heights of expression.
Making the move from international opera star to eight-shows-a-week Broadway baby.
The Maestro’s Cosí from a motorized wheelchair brought the house down – and that’s before a note was played.
Picketers claim the victory as Gergiev and Netrebko are heckled at gala performance.
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra announces its 2014 season, unveiling a program of diverse repertoire and international soloists.
Camerata of St John’s have bagged ABQ violin legend Gerhard Schultz. Brendan Joyce discusses how and why.
Just like buses, you wait for years and then all three operatic legends get honoured at once.
Inside the brilliant but often misunderstood Jacqueline du Pré; plus pianists Willems, Hough and Hewitt and our Aussie Festivals Guide.
Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s potted Ring cycle is essential viewing for newbies and veterans alike.
Australian maestro receives first honorary doctorate at the grand old age of 82.
A dose of La Traviata turns out to double the life expectancy of heart transplant mice.