Joyce DiDonato speaks out against homophobic bullying in schools after American teenager commits suicide.
The artform has been much maligned over the years for farfetched stories, but beneath the nonsensical plots lurks buried treasure.
In Sydney for three concerts and a recital, we caught up with one smart, literate and very, very musical Beethoven scholar and pedagogue.
The young musician was in town to headline at August’s Deutsche Grammophon Yellow Lounge in Sydney.
Andris Nelsons concussed after “household accident” at Wagner Festival.
Major anthology, unperformed for years, gets dusted off with glorious results.
Lost for 68 years, Benjamin Britten’s Roman Wall Blues has been recorded and released for free download.
Australian pianist Michael Kieran Harvey on tackling the music of neglected genius Raymond Hanson and fighting cultural cringe.
The Festival that reaches well beyond “the sea itself” launches in style.
Bach’s brilliance and family history uncovered, plus a glimpse into soprano Anna Netrebko’s latest CD recording and pianist David Helfgott’s enduring popularity.
Theatre turned opera director John Bell on bringing Puccini’s tragic opera to life.
Australian soprano Emma Matthews shares her experiences adjudicating at the prestigious competition for young singers.
More and more young singers are being cast in opera’s biggest roles. But how are their voices coping?