Crumbling neoclassical building finally gets reno go-ahead from Greek government.
“Burn the sets,” says one as hundreds gather in NY to prevent the staging of John Adams’ opera.
Dominique Meyer defends himself in a candid interview with an Austrian magazine.
Leading educator says we aren’t educating our children to love and listen to the classics.
Yukie Ota gives near perfect performance despite insect landing on her face.
Sir Neville Marriner and Sir James Galway also among the winners.
Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh set to thrill the Brits in 2015.
Bertrand de Billy lambasts management as he exits behind Franz Welser-Möst.
Polish dramatic soprano receives $20,000 in award bequeathed by cherished singer.
New Zealand tenor, and one third of Sol3Mio, carries off 12,000 euros.
Love and beauty will be in the air as AB kicks up its heels with a program of old and new.
Pianists old and new, great singers and a dollop of disco set to rock South Australia next year.
The Australian pianist tells us why he’s letting his inner child take the stage.