Limelight chats to oud player and composer Joseph Tawadros about the sibling virtuosos in his Band of Brothers.
Within less than a week, the Sydney Opera House YouTube extravaganza has become the most-watched live music concert on the Internet.
Decca has announced it will release the official royal wedding album in a digital world-first.
Choreographer Rafael Bonachela and composer Ezio Bosso have formed a creative partnership that has enriched their work in ways neither could have predicted.
The Australian pianist’s 99-CD traversal of the complete Liszt piano music is a staggering achievement. Now it’s available as a download.
Alex Pozniak and Caitlin Yeo have won the opportunity of a lifetime with the APRA Professional Development Awards.
The Song Company’s artistic director Roland Peelman takes us inside history’s most prolific and brilliant musical family, the Bachs.
Italian conductor Riccardo Muti scoops classical music’s largest cash prize.
Australia’s classical music community has banded together to compile a classical sequel to Gillard’s (un)presidential iPod.
Vladimir Ashkenazy and the Sydney Symphony are determined to perform later this year in earthquake and tsunami-devastated Japan.
Pub opera instead of pub rock: Olivier Award for young Australian’s new La Bohème, performed in a tavern.
Sydneysiders just keep coming back to Townsville for their chamber music fix, says the festival director.
The National Gallery of Australia has stitched together the story of the Ballets Russes through painstaking restoration of costumes designed by Picasso and Matisse.