We peer behind the veils in Opera Australia’s gruesome new production.
The kooky violinist formerly known as Hahn-Bin on what to expect at the Melbourne Festival.
It was a long way to the top for the first black artist to hit No.1 on the UK classical chart.
Young Samoan tenor Darren Pene Pati claims Dame Joan Sutherland’s legacy prize.
Tasmanian-born Nazarova dazzles with Shostakovich.
Dutch composer Michael van der Aa’s existential opera is guaranteed to get audiences thinking.
Ella Havelka leaves Bangarra to join the national company in its 50th year.
The super-orchestra of Australian expats head Down Under with an international legend at the helm.
Didjeridu virtuoso William Barton and oud player Joe Tawadros among this year’s big winners.
Thirty years after the death of a piano genius, we ask: can any other pianist match him?
The long-serving chief executive steered the Opera through troubled times and transitions.
The British virtuoso’s secrets to making scales fun, learning and memorising a new piece, maintaining concentration and more.
The UK’s prestigious classical recording awards honour Joseph Calleja as Artist of the Year.