Liza Lim's 'cut-out' opera about life, death and the consequences of mad scientists has earned itself a second staging.
Nelsons drives a foot-on-the-throttle Berlioz behemoth with glittering cast.
The great Dima has the last laugh as Verdi’s sardonic jester.
The English dancer on turning triple threat, eight shows a week and tea with Leslie Caron.
The great German mezzo retired in 1994 after a remarkable 48-year career. She turned 90 this year, but as Clive Paget discovered, she has lost none of her worldly wisdom or her sense of humour.
Stuart Skelton heads a distinguished field as Rattle uncovers Mahler the Modernist.
The pianist talks about his new recording, which sees him playing four different historic pianos for four different works.
The enigmatic and captivating Jenny Lind had a backstory to rival Barnum himself.
Her crush started early, but she really fell for the man while working with him at Tanglewood. Here she tells Clive Paget about the Lenny she loved.
After observing Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra rehearse in New York, Editor at Large Clive Paget was invited to his hotel to interview the patriotic Italian conductor, who is coming Down Under to conduct the Australian World Orchestra.
An eclectic, wide-ranging wind collection with gems old to new.
Epic storytelling and theatrical magic score as Harry and Co’s kids board the Hogwarts Express.
Editor at Large Clive Paget went to Florida to meet the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra chief, new music fan and trusted friend of Bernstein who founded a far-sighted musical academy at Miami Beach.