Robert Murray discovers a new way for classical musicians to connect on video sharing site YouTube.
Newly discovered baroque gem released as digital download.
Electronic music wizards Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross triumph over established film composers, winning Best Original Score for The Social Network.
The Melbourne Arts Centre has today announced that Jonathan Mills will be its International Artistic Adviser until at least the end of 2012.
Chandos Records have sidestepped the death of the CD by releasing music on a series of 12 USB memory sticks, each containing up to 16 CDs’ worth of recordings.
Italian mezzo soprano Cecilia Bartoli has conquered the world’s great opera houses, turned Salieri into a bestseller and become a saviour of the classical recording industry… But she has never, until now, performed in Australia. Francis Merson spoke to Cecilia on the eve of her maiden tour.
French pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet talks to Francis Merson about Debussy, transcriptions and the moon in the lead-up to his performances in Sydney.
Australian pianist Piers Lane discusses his upcoming Chopin recital and plans for 2011 with Limelight‘s Steven Laurent.
A new opera based on the life of actress and model Anna Nicole Smith has premiered in London, to surprisingly positive first reviews.
Soprano Elena Xanthoudakis has become the first Australian to win a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award.
Glenn Gould is one of many musicians linked to Asperger’s syndrome. However, his much-documented eccentricities may have had a different cause.
More than 2,000 people have packed London’s Westminster Abbey to pay tribute to the late Australian soprano Dame Joan Sutherland.
The 53rd Grammy Awards were held in Los Angeles on Sunday, and it was the Naxos label that dominated the classical category.