Locked-down in London, the Aussie tenor stepped up for the NHS before heading to Scotland for a major role debut.
Clive was Editor of Limelight magazine from 2015 to 2017, when he moved to New York and became Editor at Large. Clive writes features and reviews on a wide range of musical topics, but is especially enthusiastic about all things to do with opera, early music and British classical music. From his New York base he is able to interview artists scheduled to tour in Australia and keep abreast of the latest developments internationally.
Articles by Clive Paget
Composers, performers and organisations around the county were acknowledged in a virtual ceremony.
John Davis and Genevieve Lacey reflect on the various incarnations of Australian art music's big night out.
The Albanian soprano discusses Puccini's original Cio-Cio-San – the subject of her spine-tingling new album Anima Rara.
Jaho’s consummate artistry breathes life into arias to celebrate one of opera’s greats.
Inkinen adds another dose of Bohemian elegance to SWR’s ongoing Dvořák series.
Amidst brawling in the streets of Hamburg, an unperformed opera saved its composer's life.
Davis’s radiant account of the score nearly has the soloists to match.
A nicely engineered, well balanced recording of a work that is surprising, appealing, and thoroughly recommendable.
Superbly sung and beautifully acted, even if the concept remains somewhat impenetrable.
Subject matter aside, Spontini revival enjoys another welcome boost.
Artistic Director David Kram tells how they did it while reflecting on the future of live auditions.
The Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize will be split between two Australian-born composers with connections to the US.