New Zealand tenor, and one third of Sol3Mio, carries off 12,000 euros.
Love and beauty will be in the air as AB kicks up its heels with a program of old and new.
Pianists old and new, great singers and a dollop of disco set to rock South Australia next year.
The Australian pianist tells us why he’s letting his inner child take the stage.
Will youth-aimed programming provide Covent Garden with next generation of opera lovers?
Icelandic a capella gets a dose of Aussie sunshine as the Sydney Chamber Choir takes on Björk.
New work and re-imaginings (oh, and Robyn Nevin in Mother Courage) characterise Belvoir’s 2015 season.
Legendary dramatic soprano who sang publicly for more than 70 years passes at 104.
The plight of the double-reed family could soon become a crisis for our orchestras if nothing is done.
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In his second year as sole Artistic Director, Andrew Upton assembles impressive collection of works and Australian talent.
Holland’s world-renowned orchestra announces possible closure in light of money woes.
Pianist Kathryn Stott is amongst the international talent to headline in New Zealand’s creative capital.