New report reveals a former SS officer managed the orchestra as late as 1968.
Classical magazine Diapason hurls barbs at Opera Australia’s “hideous monstrosity.”
Opera Australia’s heavyweight champion talks Falstaff, fatsuits and fad diets.
On the eve of her Decca solo album debut, the gifted Russian soprano talks Kiri, competitions and coloratura.
A live, period-instrument Schubert cycle that takes risks.
Ever wondered why many new music concerts are so poorly attended? Maybe it’s because the music has no fans.
On the eve of his latest Australian performances we catch up with the globe-trotting gambist.
Pavel Dmitrichenko and two other men admit to attack on Sergei Filin.
The young French countertenor on why he’s taking eight months off singing to smoke and drink.
Opera singer to slug it out with the other Dames as she plays…well, an opera singer.
Will audiences be tempted to explore “The 20th Century Piano” for just $10?
Catching up with the youngest ever winner of the Van Cliburn Competition as she heads to Australia.
The charismatic player who won the musical cold war loses his fight with cancer aged 78.