The German baritone tells us about his Schumann album, Limelight's Vocal Recording of the Year 2019, and why in a couple of years he plans to stop singing.
The cellist, who has won Limelight's Chamber Recording of the Year, tells us about the complications of Kabalevsky, and the power of unsupervised Shostakovich.
The musical theatre star tells us about his new album, his new cabaret show, which he performs in Sydney next month, and the tiny "shed" he is renovating in New Zealand.
Seraphim Trio has explored the history of the piano trio in a recording project for ABC Classic. Pianist Anna Goldsworthy explains why this “motley crew” of instruments creates such great tension
The 12-year old multi-instrumentalist reached final call-backs to play bass, but ended up being cast as the drummer. She tells us about singing, composing and falling in love with musicals.
New Zealand bass-baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes tells Angus McPherson about the “lucky break” that took him from accounting to international opera stardom, why he’s loving the roles he’s getting in his 50s, and why sometimes it’s OK to be booed.
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The pianist's second Brisbane Music Festival will feature the premieres of no fewer than 28 new Australian works.
Tos Mahoney, Artistic Director of Tura New Music in Perth, tells Jo Litson about Kimberley Echoes, a cross-cultural celebration of Kimberley country and its people, which is heading to Australia’s eastern states this month.
Australia’s greatest cultural loss from WWI finally gets to come home with the launch of his complete recording edition. Christopher Latham reports on the late-flowering fruits of a labour of love.
To mark his father’s final season with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Ed Frazier Davis is channelling Hildegard of Bingen.
The one-time Sydney Dance Company performer, is now creating striking artworks made from ballet shoes.
Ahead of her performances with the Australian Haydn Ensemble, the Bavarian-Japanese violinist tells us how she went from modern instrument “convicted offender” to HIP master.