Philippe Jordan’s fine new Beethoven cycle marches on.
On top of the new Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour production, the company has announced a returning, indoor production for Sydney and Melbourne.
The versatile British clarinettist talks jazz, Messiaen and why he wants to try his hand at Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto.
The Omega Ensemble takes us from deeply felt passion to light-hearted pleasure.
Ahead of the ensemble’s anniversary concert, co-founder Jenny Duck-Chong reflects on Halcyon’s first two decades and the state of play for new music.
The three outstanding performers will go on to perform concertos with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and conductor Nicholas Milton.
We speak to David Robertson as the SSO looks to the future in a season of blockbuster concerts and new appointments, from Lang Lang’s return to Stuart Skelton in Peter Grimes.
An enthusiastic dog became the main event at a recent recital in Brazil.
Australian artist John Russell painted with the greats in Europe, now he’s finally getting his due.
We caught up with the trio, fresh from their win at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.
Osmo Vänskä’s new disc proves he’s no flash in the pan.
The Swiss-Australian conductor will lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic in concerts in November and December as part of the orchestra’s mentorship program.
The actor, who is suing The Daily Telegraph over stories accusing him of "inappropriate behaviour", has cited “current circumstances and medical advice” for his withdrawal.