A look at opera singers old and new, from Callas to Kaufmann, with more than a side glance at Shostakovich and Salieri.
Medea’s final aria, hidden by Cherubini, sees the light of day after 200 years under charcoal.
New Head of Conducting Eduardo Diazmuñoz has succeeded where Humperdinck, Ravel and Schoenberg apparently failed.
Nearly two million people watch Philadelphia Orchestra’s impromptu Dvořák on a grounded aircraft.
The Universal Music Vice President with the interesting career path can see the future of classical music – and it’s digital.
The legendary Dale Clevenger steps down after 47 years at the top of his game.
Deportation to Australia would be an infringement of his human rights, says judge.
Bell Shakespeare’s Peter Evans takes on the classic French dysfunctional family.
National Indigenous Opera Company comes to Melbourne to nurture young Indigenous singers.
Soprano, who famously sang the Queen of the Night on horseback, receives the Order of Australia.
First place in the 14th International Piano Competition goes to 26-year-old Ukrainian Vadym Kholodenko
Carriageworks, June 8–July 1 Free entry
Four double passes to be won for August screenings of first ever ballet filmed in 3D.