On International Day of People with Disability, Morwenna Collett explores the ways access and inclusion are gaining increased attention in the Australian music industry.
Artistic Director Antony Pitts explains how intimate, small-scale performances of Messiah were his introduction to the beloved oratorio.
In its 40th birthday year, the Melbourne theatre venue and incubator has turned an annus horribilis into an opportunity to evolve.
The delay in rolling out the promised emergency package, and the disregard in the 2020–21 Budget, speaks to the Federal Government’s failure to understand the significance of arts and culture.
The American mezzo on the team spirit behind a new recording and a role to get her teeth into.
The Gesualdo Six's conductor explains what makes an award-winning program for an all-male sextet.
The violinist discusses Elgar and Vaughan Williams, and why we don’t hear their sonatas nearly often enough.
Known for his solo works, the Melbourne dance maker is creating a new piece for Sydney Dance Company inspired by the murmuration of birds, to music by Brenda Gifford.
The violinist discusses his changing approach over the years and his "lust" for collaboration.
Highlights coming up in online streaming as well as on ABC Classic and the independent radio stations ArtSound, Fine Music Sydney, 3MBS, 4MBS and 5MBS.
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In his new book, Alex Ross walks fearlessly into the snake pit of opinion and, in his words, “restores the magnificent confusion of what it means to be a Wagnerian”. In this extract, he looks at Wagner, women and love.
The popular ABC Classic presenter discusses quitting a science degree to train as a bass-baritone, his excitement at landing a radio job, and his new obsession with bird song.