Opera Australia’s Brünnhilde talks about her rise to fame and fortune and Ring cycles old and new.
Perahia makes his long-awaited Australian debut with grace, style and aplomb.
Jonathan Holloway’s eclectic mix should have something for everyone plus a few fascinating surprises.
The South Australian venue reveals a sophisticated program as the world’s best flock to Adelaide.
Lightning looks set to strike twice as the Australian pianist follows up his hit of last year.
The respected helden baritone falls victim to Alberich’s curse giving Warwick Fyfe a chance to steal the Rheingold.
Chinese pianist says he’s happy to go into war zones as new Ambassador for Peace.
The great English cellist returns to Sydney to perform with passion and showmanship.
The Renaissance specialists on their 40th birthday tour are ideally heard in ecclesiastical surrounds.
Enjoy a cruise down the French Riviera with Roger Hodgman’s award-winning production.
From the iconoclastic John Zorn to a ‘drone metal’ trio head, here is a program not for the faint-hearted.
Growing anti-Semitism in Hungary inspires opera from composer-conductor Ivan Fischer.
From Messiaen and Boulez to Reich and Zappa, no musician after Stravinsky could fail to be influenced by his revolutionary score.