Leta Keens explores the myriad Adelaide studios and cafes hosting curiosities of the SALA Festival.
Yes, classical music can be funny. Ten thigh-slappingly good piss-takes of the noblest artform.
One young tenor shows that many hands really do make light work.
American composer withdraws Twin Towers photograph from his tribute album.
Australia’s cultural icon has the worst acoustics of all the country’s major classical music venues.
Tim Minchin on his sold-out Comedy Proms: converting audiences one joke at a time.
British violinist Jack Liebeck brings a whole new level of brooding romanticism to the moors.
Cheryl Barker and Jose Carbo unveil the new opera season in style.
In 2012, the reign of Terracini begins at Opera Australia. Here’s what’s in store for his first programmed season.
Today’s most gifted, most screensaver-friendly artists prove that sex sells, even in classical music.
Sally Whitwell on why the American iconoclast’s solo piano music has “heart”.
American composer Eric Whitacre’s virtual choir has united singers from around the world.
The outgoing director of the Art Gallery of NSW on opera, Karajan and the danger of mixing artforms.