Can Russian stoicism weather an acid attack, a fleeing ballerina and a cancelled premiere?
Turning the tale of a WWI veteran into an orchestral score.
On making silent operas and how Einstein on the Beach was supposed to be about Hitler.
Chinese opera stars head to Melbourne for the New Year – just don’t expect the Blue Danube.
The Sydney Symphony announce a 2013 three city Russian tour.
Milan’s opera house defends conductor Daniel Harding after newspaper prints personal attack.
How I learned to stop worrying and love classical music.
Glass sparked the minimalist revolution – then pronounced it dead. But he’s still propelled by the manic energy of those early works.
The grande dame of New York’s avant garde has met her match composing for Kronos Quartet, but she has many strings to her bow.
Opera Australia endorse current artistic leadership amidst impressive financial results.
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra founding director gets royal nod in the Queen’s honours list.
The Houston opera company says “no thanks” to planned Neil Armfield production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
Arguably the world’s finest orchestra, the Concertgebouw, is set to present concerts in Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney in November 2013.