Soprano embraced by Toscanini and Sondheim takes her final curtain call at 105.
Contemporary adaptation of Emile Zola’s Thérèse Raquin will reinvigorate the work, almost 150 years after it was written.
Innovative research examines how musical pleasure leads to physiological stimuli.
Fourth concert announced for QSO’s cosmic collaboration with celebrity physicist.
The singer shares her audition dos and don’ts for people wanting places at her masterclasses.
Impressive roll-call of performers is announced for this year’s APRA AMCOS Awards
Early music pioneer and founder of Orchestra of the 18th Century passes at 79.
Curtain up on ASO’s Beethoven Festival, but orchestra abandons stage for local railway station.
Bell Shakespeare and the ACO breathe life into the musings of Janáček, Smetana, and Mozart.
An epic concert version of Tristan and Isolde heads up David Robertson’s eclectic 2015 season.
Don Carlos, a new Figaro and that bloody Faust all head down under next year.
Sally-Anne Russell steps in to save the day after soloist falls ill.
SSO will dedicate a week of performances to Peter Sculthorpe’s memory.