The “connoisseur’s pianist” talks about the vitality of Beethoven’s music and the concerto that launched the Brazilian pianist’s career at age 12.
Belgian director Ivo van Hove returns to the Adelaide Festival with another thrilling, epic production.
Israel Galván, a toreador of dance and stage chameleon, is headed for Adelaide.
The British performance artist talks about tackling the C-word in her latest play.
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For many, the works of Debussy and Ravel go hand in hand, but for the French pianist (who’s recorded the complete piano works of both) the two couldn’t be more different.
What can the pianist-composer’s heart, preserved in a jar of cognac, tell us about his death?
The Georgian-born violinist on her new all-Prokofiev album and why she won’t be performing in Russia any time soon.
In this second part of a two-part interview, the veteran bass speaks frankly about how the profession of singing has changed over his long career.
Ahead of her tour with the Alliage Quintett, the clarinettist talks about the unique colours of clarinet and saxes.
From Glyndebourne rehearsal room to triumphant opening night, British tenor Allan Clayton recalls the roller coaster ride involved in bringing Brett Dean’s complicated new Hamlet to life.
The composer of Katrina Ballads reflects on the issues that made great art out of disaster.
Riley Lee’s shakuhachi had Lachlan Skipworth heading to Japan. Now he’s melding its haunting melodies with orchestral forces.