Opera Australia celebrates the great man’s birthday with a life-sized Valkyrie helmet cake.
South Australia’s arts festival for young people is about to begin. But why is Adelaide keeping so quiet about it?
Classically trained, I forsook opera to become a pop singer. After a long conversion I’ve found my way back to the light.
How do young players deal with the generation gap between themselves and their audiences?
John Adams’ masterpiece is done full justice, proving itself the late 20th century’s great opera of ideas.
The world’s leading violist talks rockstar aspirations, “divorce” from his own group and bouncing back.
Opera Queensland’s baritone talks Rossini, six packs, bullock trains and stage disasters.
New survey suggests surreptitious “tune-smuggling” is rife in the organ loft.
Legendary Aussie tenor passes away at 86 after a rich international career.
Finnish composer and Senegalese singer share ABBA manager’s award.
The June issue focuses on the glorious musical tradition that is British music.
Contemporary string quartet receives grant to create seven new works, all by Australian composers.
New British study proves the benefits of the Arts in treating patients with debilitating mental disease.