The pioneering jazz pianist, famous for Take Five, made classical music swing.
Never mind the Hallelujah chorus; there are plenty of sublime examples in classical music.
Thoughts on the premature demise of an ensemble whose grand dreams were dashed against the rocks of financial reality.
Melbourne Recital Centre pays tribute to the classy Dame whose generosity in the arts is legendary.
Peter Maxwell Davies rocks the boat with his operatic thriller about the suspicious disappearance of three lighthouse keepers.
Pinchgut Opera explores Rameau’s bizarre operatic love triangle.
Vladimir Ashkenazy and Stuart Skelton on Tchaikovsky’s supernatural riddle.
Hobart Baroque brings Covent Garden to early music festival putting Tasmania on the map.
Music, wine and conversation flow freely at Mudgee’s Mecca of chamber music.
Beethoven’s Ode to Joy like you’ve never seen or heard it!
Sydney Chamber Opera stages haunting work The Lighthouse by Master of the Queen’s Music.
Why did Rachmaninov spend decades revising his Piano Concerto No 4 when there was nothing wrong with the original?
The British virtuoso gave Young Performers Awards finalist Jeremy So some pointers at the piano.