Growing anti-Semitism in Hungary inspires opera from composer-conductor Ivan Fischer.
From Messiaen and Boulez to Reich and Zappa, no musician after Stravinsky could fail to be influenced by his revolutionary score.
First Theme and Variations Awards all go to young players from Sydney.
Sydney Festival unveils a program of diverse arts and eclectic collaborations.
Pavel Dmitrchenko makes first court appearance amidst claims, counter-claims and chaotic scenes.
Ahead of his long awaited Australian debut, the American legend talks Bach, Beethoven and being a friend of Horrowitz,
Big guns go head-to-head in a celebration of two of classical music’s most revered figures.
The cellist waited 40 years to record the most beloved concerto. Limelight visited his London home to see what kept him.
Indigenous artist notches up posthumous win for depicting Aboriginal man’s metamorphosis.
The finest exponents of the German master’s operas from the 1920s to the present day.
Embattled CEO defends expensive artistic projects as job cuts are expected.
Lightning strikes twice for Sydney-based pianist as her Nyman matches her Glass.
South Pacific leads set to reprise their onstage chemistry in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic.