The repercussions of the leadership spill will last years, but at least Turnbull isn’t staying, like Gollum wanting his Precious back.
Jonathan Grieves-Smith and the Hamer Singers remember the victims of war and violence.
The pianist and Musica Viva Futuremaker tells us about her fascination with colour ahead of performances at the Huntington Estate Music Festival.
Sony reissues the Finn in full, plus birthday boy Bernstein comes complete on DG.
Korngold may have been the greatest prodigy that ever lived, but people could be sniffy. Renaud Capuçon and David Robertson discuss his late Violin Concerto to help us understand the Viennese wunderkind and why he had little choice about going to the movies.
German-born cellist Jan Vogler tells us how a chance meeting with movie star Bill Murray on a flight from Berlin became the start of a beautiful – and productive – friendship.
Richard Wagner’s comic masterpiece explores the nature of art. As Kasper Holten’s production for Opera Australia opens in Melbourne, we examine why it's become a controversial target of revisionism in recent decades.
British musical theatre's rising star is the latest at the helm as Global Creatures' creature goes global.
In his latest work for the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Lachlan Skipworth evokes the unique rock formations of WA.
With new software Ria Andriani transcribes musical scores to braille. As the community becomes more aware, she hopes vision-impaired people will find it easier to participate in ensembles and choirs.
The Age of Enlightenment is not over... we have just had a long intermission. Muswellbrook is leading a renaissance with a remarkable, educational gift for children.
Double bass player Alanna Jones and cellist Daniel Pini share their experiences of playing, teaching and exploring in China.
From fine food and wine to Bach in the Barns, the festival celebrates the wonders of what Tasmania has to offer.