Pondering the inscrutability of artists’ statements, Guy Noble gets a whiff of a rather facetious contribution to the genre.
Following examples set in the natural world, Guy Noble says goodbye to Facebook and Mark-T-shirt-wearing-Zuckerberg.
Despite a desperate need for musos to concentrate or actors to stay in character, a twinkle now and then can pay dividends.
At music camp, a person can rekindle their faith in the next generation and celebrate the joys of non-instant gratification.
A presenter has to be a musical waiter – preferably one who doesn’t overstep the mark and never mispronounces the dish.
Is it surprising that so many men got away with so much for so long? Because after all, they still pretty much run the show.
Can a bunch of modern Aussie schoolkids bring pop concert energy to The Last Night of the Proms? You bet they can!
Taking his soapbox on the road, a pair of tickled ears inspires our maestro to pen an Antipodean’s ode to decent acoustics.
From road rage to Twitter rants, why can’t people behave more like concert audiences and engage brains before making a fuss?
A fantasy musical dinner party chez Noble? Try an eclectic guest list, a good bottle of red and a serve of tarragon chicken.
From Bach to Bernstein, classical music is still the drug of choice for those in pursuit of the ultimate legal high.
With a performance like his, we should be thankful that the President of the United States isn’t a fiddler... or is he?
Like sex, music never goes smoothly if you concentrate too hard. Over-think it and it sets like a badly poached egg.