Guest Editor Richard Gill chooses his favourite pieces of music for the 12 days of Christmas.
Company comes under fire after seeking unpaid supernumeraries for Aida.
Jonathan Meese brands Wagner festival organisers “cynical liars.”
Acclaimed imports and co-productions make up the backbone of WAO’s next season.
Jonathan Meese gets the chop despite promising the Wagners a Nazi imagery-free production.
The American singing sensation will continue to perform but only in recital.
British lecturer belittles José Antonio Abreu and claims Venezuelan system is a “model of absolute tyranny”.
Split Enz frontman lands Australia’s most ambitious operatic commission of recent years.
Radio station’s hunt for the best emerging classical artist begins second series.
Introducing the Yaybahar – the new acoustic instrument that pretends to be a synthesiser.
Polish-themed German festival jettisons conductor for being a friend of Putin.
Opera megastar must plead guilty and pay fine to avoid jail time.
Sir Simon becomes the AWO’s latest big-hitter, and this time he’s bringing the wife!