ABC Classic FM marks the 200th birthday of Franz Liszt this month. But what was it that made Liszt so extraordinary, and how is his legacy felt today?
If the stunning oasis of Santa Fe, New Mexico isn’t on your musical travel wishlist, it should be.
In a world where mistakes are inevitable, and can even be helpful, why are we so scared of them?
Keynotes indeed… here’s the lowdown on the piano, from the majestic grand to the humble upright
The composer made a faltering start in his symphonic writing, but more than redeemed himself in later years.
There’s more to Mexico City than tequila and burritos… the city’s arts scene reflects its vibrant cultural heritage.
If opera singers can thrill with their sound, does it really matter how much they weigh?
Introducing Limelight’s music lessons directory: a new way for teachers to connect with students.
These young opera adventurers explore the art of song at the Biennale of Sydney.
Russian dance master awarded Order for the Merit to the Fatherland as his company debuts in Melbourne.
So what does the ACO’s charismatic leader really think about music, orchestras and politics?
In 2013, the ACO premieres Brett Dean’s electric violin concerto and brings Andreas Scholl out of his shell.
What actually is “perfect pitch”? And if you don’t have it, can you acquire it?