Dudamel’s energetic Eroica, Angela Hewitt’s poetic Schumann, the Grigoryan bros and more.
Young Czech conductor Jakub Hrusa to take his place at the podium.
Red-hot maestro Gustavo Dudamel on how his orchestra is changing the world. Plus, the return of Hamer Hall.
Synergy’s battered Baroque syndrome: will Bach’s mighty Chaconne shock on marimba?
The 21-year-old victor picks up a $16,000 custom-made guitar along with his prize money.
The “Pavarotti of the organ” was the “catalyst” for the restoration of Melbourne’s fine instrument.
A triumphant homecoming to Hamer Hall for the MSO, conducted by an old friend.
Concert performances of The Flying Dutchman and a guest appearance by Barry Humphries are just two of many highlights in SSO 2013
Could circus skills help pave a spectacular new path for opera in the 21st century?
American publication recognises Mirella Freni, Dawn Upshaw, David Daniels, Simon Keenlyside and Eric Owens
Investors threaten to demolish the home of great American composer Charles Ives
New research has shed light on Australia’s community-based orchestras, which survive on $10-million worth of volunteer hours every year.
Choreographer Boris Eifman has mined a life rich in tragedy to create his ballet Tchaikovsky, which he brings to Australia next week