We talk to 15-year-old Marcus Michelsen about stepping up to the plate, as well as Alexander Briger ahead of the SYO's challenging season opener.
Korean composer Unsuk Chin talks about studying with Ligeti, her influences, and what she'd tell young composers now.
Joseph Nolan saw colleagues’ jaws drop when he decided to move from London to Perth in 2008, but thanks to some enlightened West Australians, his cathedral, choir and career haven’t looked back.
The young Australian conductor, now based in Colorado, returns to Perth to conduct a symphonic tribute to Comic-Con – and there may be a costume involved.
The pianist grew up in Sydney before study in Copenhagen. So what's it like climbing one of the peaks of the business?
Ahead of her Violetta for Opera Australia, we give the American soprano the Five Questions treatment.
Taking his inspiration from everything he discovered around him, Germany’s ultimate Romantic lavished his talents upon them, taking music into completely new territory, says Julian Haylock.
Cellist Rachel Atkinson explains how the Melbourne Beethoven Cycle came about and why Colitis played its part.
An unusual, immersive production at the Bleach* festival takes audiences on a moonlit kayaking trip.
Simon Russell Beale is widely regarded as the finest stage actor of his generation. Ahead of The Death of Stalin, Steve Dow sat down with Beale to discuss his role as sinister NKVD chief Lavrentiy Beria.
The French pianist's new Debussy disc is Limelight's Recording of the Month in April.
For the latest offering in her Norse and Celtic-inspired concerto series, Mary Finsterer is harnessing the power of viola and cello.
Ahead of its season opener, Bel a cappella's Anthony Pasquill discusses giving the Australian premiere of a work by Caroline Shaw.