Julian Meyrick explores the relationship between our national drama and our national life in his new book, and wishes more politicians, political economists and political journalists went to the theatre.
Concert pianist Simon Tedeschi has written his first book, Fugitive, “an undiluted portrait” of himself and the world he lives in, which he describes as a “prose poem”.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
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When Stefanie Farrands, Principal Viola with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, picked up the viola for the first time she felt like she’d found herself.
The founder and Chair of the Hush Foundation tells us about the benefits of music, and Hush’s latest album.
Arrigo Boito is best known as the librettist for Verdi's Otello and Falstaff, but he was also a composer. As Opera Australia prepares to stage his only opera, Mahima Macchione traces his career.
At 97, Ruth Slenczynska talks about her relationships with Rachmaninov and Barber, and her brand new album.
A round-up of our recent news reports.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
There are 67 new pieces of Australian music in the world and you can hear them all in a festival at ANAM.
The latest arts appointments and departures.
The Artistic Director of West Australian Ballet first came across classical music while taking dance classes as a young boy. He also loves playing guitar, so it’s no surprise that he’s a big fan of Radiohead.