The Australian organist and composer talks about his album of art song, Real and Right and True, and the form that is closest to his heart.
The Australian flute player, who has just released her debut album, on moving to France with just a flute and a backpack.
Ahead of her return to Australia, the German violinist tells Jo Litson how she used to listen to her parents make music under the grand piano, as well as her special connection to Hindemith.
A fine golfer and feisty sports journalist, Dame Joan Hammond jettisoned both careers to focus on opera, where that same determination took the much-loved Australian soprano to the very top.
Lucas Jervies is creating a new Spartacus for The Australian Ballet. As he tells Jo Litson, he is exploring ancient Rome through a contemporary lens, and even incorporating wrestling techniques into his high-impact choreography.
We spoke to Maria Grenfell and Thomas Misson about their new works for the Hush Foundation ahead of performances by the ACO Collective.
The Australian circus company's new work for the Brisbane Festival pairs Stravinsky and Schubert.
From humble beginnings in Armenia, and with little formal training, Aram Khachaturian went on to become one of the Soviet Union’s top composers – but success came at a price, says Daniel Jaffé.
Hurtling to fame after winning the BBC Young Musician Competition at 10, the English pianist talks about giving up on music, crafting a program after Rubinstein and his love of Ravel.
Artistic Director Chris van Tuinen discusses a new production of Charpentier’s opera, intriguingly set in a pool with a squad of synchronised swimmers.
The Chinese composer talks about Bach and the Buddha ahead of the Australian premiere of his new large-scale choral work, Buddha Passion.
The versatile, busy UK composer talks about her sublime score for Memorial opening soon at Brisbane Festival and London’s Barbican Theatre.
As a revival of Hal Prince’s original staging of Evita heads for Australia, Sir Tim Rice explains how a dangerously glamorous Argentinian dictator turned out to be surprisingly good for him.