Albums by Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Bryn Terfel are on the cards for the Australian baritone.
A box of Bruckner symphonies, the artistry of Monteux, and Furtwängler’s DG output.
The leading musical director has had to retire from her busy career in musical theatre due to a rare, neurodegenerative condition.
Luigi Russolo’s crazy crackling and hissing machines even got Igor Stravinsky going.
Scottish musician James Crabb was just four years old when he began playing the accordion, a relatively young instrument that’s beginning to gain a greater foothold in classical music.
Limelight critic Phillip Scott looks at recordings that were the talk of the town on their first appearance, and that have continued to impress pundits and public ever since.
The beloved ABC Classic broadcaster discusses his earliest musical memories, getting assigned the tuba on account of his height, and the prospect of introducing his son to Beethoven and Mahler.
On The Music Show on March 21, Andrew Ford will share this personal message about ways to support musicians during the coronavirus crisis.
On March 22, Stephen Sondheim turns 90. Clive Paget traces the career of the legendary composer and lyricist, who is one of the most important and influential figures in 20th-century musical theatre.
Composer Michel Van der Aa has created a unique "pop" album featuring the Aussie songstress.
Pianist Stephen Hough spends hours in airports, planes and hotels so uses the “dead time”, to scribble notes about music, performing, religion and life. These musings have been gathered into a book called Rough Ideas: Reflections on Music and More. Here are three excerpts.
Despite a lack of success in his own lifetime, notably with Carmen, Bizet soon became hailed as an operatic master, as George Hall explains.
In response to Stephen Hough's anecdote about ageing audiences, Elizabeth Quinn shares the story of her elderly friend meeting Sir Andrew Davis after his farewell MSO concert.