We speak to oboist Blair Tindall, whose memoir – and the hit TV series based on it – have inspired the Perth Symphony Orchestra’s latest candlelit concert.
Social distancing and disinfectant help tell a tale of love, madrigals and gender politics.
During Melbourne's COVID lockdown, the Australian tenor set to work on a new album. He has just released the first track on which he joined forces with Kanen Breen.
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Challenging scenarios for collaborative, COVID music making.
Find out what's on stage and streaming online in November from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
COVID has dashed our Season Preview Guide but 2021 launches are underway.
The Co-Director of streaming platform Melbourne Digital Concert Hall explains how the need to help Australian artists drives the project's incredible momentum.
We investigate why classical music and the high arts are so inhospitable to people from the working-class in Australia – a country that considers itself a classless society where everyone has “a fair go”.
Phillip Sametz calls for more welcoming program notes.
The singer-songwriter, actor and provocateur, whose credits include the musical Matilda and the TV series Upright, discusses his new album Apart Together.
State Opera South Australia presents Richard Mills’ chamber opera as part of its Lost Operas of Oz program.
Michael Quinn talks to two of today’s brightest mezzo-sopranos, Kathryn Rudge and Elīna Garanča, about their very different readings of Elgar's Sea Pictures.