Ahead of the ensemble’s anniversary concert, co-founder Jenny Duck-Chong reflects on Halycon’s first two decades and the state of play for new music.
Growing up with Martha Argerich as a friend of the family, there was no way he wasn’t going to be a pianist. He talks to Justine Nguyen about his Queensland Symphony residence and his musical credo.
The spinto tenor is embracing the chance to take a new look at Verdi's opera, with Davide Livermore directing a digitally staged production.
Blush Opera presents a chamber opera about making home-made furniture at this year’s Bondi Feast Festival. Composer and Co-AD Paul Smith tells us why.
In the wake of his death, we revisit a wonderful, wide-ranging interview that Andrew Ford did with the British composer/conductor in Aldeburgh in 1994.
This July marked the centenary of Ingmar Bergman’s birth. Albert Ehrnrooth looks at the role classical music played in his films and theatre from The Magic Flute to Fanny and Alexander.
Following examples set in the natural world, Guy Noble says goodbye to Facebook and Mark-T-shirt-wearing-Zuckerberg.
The Scottish pianist will tour Australia performing chamber music, solo recitals and a new concerto. He talks to Clive Paget about his omnivorous appetite and musical passions.
Amy Beach left a legacy of hugely accomplished works, but, asks Anthony Burton, did the social conventions of the era in which she was living stifle her true potential?
The twin titans fell out of bromance thanks to a withheld score and a milliner’s letter.
Australian artist John Russell painted with the greats in Europe, now he’s finally getting his due.
The South-Korean pianist discusses her first solo recital tour in Australia and how she’s getting to grips with a challenging world premiere.
We caught up with the trio, fresh from their win at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.