After surgery and chemotherapy, the popular soprano performs in The Creation for Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, alongside husband Jud Arthur.
Perth choir The Giovanni Consort tells us about their concert in a spectacular cave in Yanchep National Park in the Wajuk Noongar region.
Liza Lim's 'cut-out' opera about life, death and the consequences of mad scientists has earned itself a second staging.
As he prepares to make his Australian debut, the veteran American baritone talks Mahler, Bernstein, American art song, and why he finds pandas so adorable.
In his day, Ferdinand Ries inspired Schumann and Liszt. Now, Australia’s favourite pianist is rediscovering for Hyperion the concertos of a composer who forms the missing link between Beethoven and Chopin.
The Grammy award-winning vocalist explains how growing up on a diet of Bach and Brahms set him up for a career singing jazz.
As OA releases its 2017 Annual Report today, Rory Jeffes discusses the operating deficit and into the future.
The legendary soprano Birgit Nilsson would have been 100 this month. Justine Nguyen revisits the heroic life and career of this daughter of Vikings.
Currently singing Leïla with State Opera of SA, the soprano talks about her funniest moment on stage, her guilty pleasures and a back-up career in astrophysics.
Musical Director Dr Robert Braham tells us about the choir's first concert for the year with themes ranging from comets to text messages.
At music camp, a person can rekindle their faith in the next generation and celebrate the joys of non-instant gratification.
The English dancer on turning triple threat, eight shows a week and tea with Leslie Caron.
Encouraged and championed by legendary musicians and composers, the versatile Arthur Bliss became one of the most revered figures of his generation.