One of our busiest playwrights is directing her new work for Queensland Theatre.
This issue includes features on Léo Delibes' Sylvia, Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony, Golden Age string instruments, and composers Schumann and John Kander.
Guy Noble explores the dark side of tourism, which he believes commodifies what should be valuable experiences.
The winner of 3MBS's The Talent Season 1 2019 on his ABBA obsession, jazz pianist Makoto Ozone, and taking opportunities as they come.
The baritone is about to embark on an OQ regional Queensland tour of Songs To Die For in which Don Giovanni meets Highway to Hell. He extols the virtues of opera on the road.
Caught between wife and mother, the composer’s danse became macabre indeed.
The Canberra rising star conductor will continue his musical journey at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore.
In love with opera and each other, Nicole Car and her baritone husband Etienne Dupuis are in Australia for a recital tour, while Car also sings Peter Grimes in Concert with SSO.
Two musicians making their Australian debut at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Roberto Carillo-Garcia and Rachael Clegg, take a 1,334-kilometre road trip up the Queensland coast, with instruments in tow.
It may be 66 years since a British monarch has been crowned, but that’s not stopping Paul McCreesh. The Gabrieli Consort director discusses the last four coronations and how he’s recreated a fantasy version out of the best bits of each.
Off with the screens and devices (except the speakers) and on with the classical music for arguably the most exquisite third of your life’s journey: sleep.
The finalist in the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition tells us about his whirlwind last three years ahead of his upcoming Australian tour.
The passionate art dealer and major arts patron talks about discovering the world of music, which began for him with piano, evolved into a love of musicals and opera, and now takes in chamber performance.