A night of considerable musical promise as New Yorkers get to know their 26th Music Director.
With catcalls and pregnancy jokes, Madama Butterfly nearly fluttered by altogether.
Mason Bates’ operatic bio takes a mega-byte out of a certain big Apple.
As a revival of Hal Prince’s original staging of Evita heads for Australia, Sir Tim Rice explains how a dangerously glamorous Argentinian dictator turned out to be surprisingly good for him.
A stunning Elektra, Salome and much more, the last great singer of her generation passes at 101.
The great cellist's words of wisdom are the latest add-on to Alexa, Amazon's virtual assistant.
The British filmmaker's composer portraits for the BBC are Limelight's Recording of the Month in August.
Scenes from a life x3: A trio of British composers are reborn in masterly, moving documentaries.
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra celebrates 30 years with a trio of baroque blockbusters and a glimpse of the future.
Ferdinand Hiller did history a favour when he brought a pair of scissors along to view a corpse.
Alexandra Flood and Alex Raineri will be flying the flag in Stuttgart this September.
Over the past two decades, Australian Heldentenor Stuart Skelton has quietly conquered the operatic world. He reveals how he discovered he wasn’t vocally bulletproof, and admits to an ambition to run an opera house.
From Mahler to Lang Lang with plenty in between, the MSO's outgoing Chief discusses his final year.