Australian Brandenburg Orchestra announce season with what “promises to be a year of beautiful music making.”
Vengerov, Lewis, Isserlis, Maisky and a host of great ensembles head Musica Viva’s 70th Season.
Charlie Chaplin’s talented grandson will bring his latest show, Tabac Rouge, to Australia next year.
Queensland Symphony launch 2015 with a raft of big names and a slew of firsts.
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“National Contemporary Landscapes” looks set to explore the terrain of Australian contemporary classical music.
Sir Andrew Davis’ Australian orchestra has listeners crying into their suppers.
Nature or nurture? Swedish study of twins suggests musical aptitude is genetic.
Melbourne Ring and Sydney Theatre Company win big while Sweet Charity slays the giants.
Vivaldi bookends next year’s season but there’s a great deal more in between.
Soprano embraced by Toscanini and Sondheim takes her final curtain call at 105.
Contemporary adaptation of Emile Zola’s Thérèse Raquin will reinvigorate the work, almost 150 years after it was written.
Innovative research examines how musical pleasure leads to physiological stimuli.