Mezzo chooses Judy Garland classic to add her voice to the rising chorus of protest within the arts.
Smartphone apps are changing the way people interact with classical music. But why listen on an iPad?
How the Baroque master used maths, physics and the power of God to create music of stunning complexity.
How did The Lark Ascending, which Vaughan Williams largely ignored, become a classical smash hit?
How did a Hungarian white-bread baker found the most famous musical dynasty in history?
Aussie musician launches first of its kind online platform for instruments looking for love.
One of the highest male voices in the world hails from down under. David Hansen talks about vanquishing his rivals and his new CD.
How the Australian World Orchestra snared the great Zubin Mehta for this year’s concerts.
On sleeping out all night for SSO tickets and what hearing the Eroica on period instruments taught me about acting.
National company celebrates the majesty of India, a decade of Bodytorque and the Aussie premiere of Wayne McGregor’s Chroma.
Australian soprano awarded top prize in one of the world’s most prestigious singing competitions.
A Britten score, believed to be long lost, surfaces after years in an American warehouse.
On the eve of her Australian Brandenburg concerts the firebrand coloratura reveals the parts that other singers are afraid to show.