Three chamber operas based on Flaubert short stories will receive their world premieres this weekend.
US composer Nico Muhly and 21 Australians will each write a piece on the theme of Far and Near, which TAV plans to record and eventually perform live.
A moving evening of music and poetry celebrating the work of Oodgeroo Noonuccal.
The classical music category was introduced by the National Live Music Awards this year.
The versatile singer/songwriter is about to tour her new album of Australian art songs with the Australian String Quartet. She tells Jo Litson about the project, and why it’s so important to her.
Pianist Caroline Almonte and ABC Classic's Virginia Read are among the winners.
Katie Noonan leads us down Kats-Chernin’s green road.
This issue features the young Australians destined for greatness, Nina Stemme on Wagner's heroines, interviews with Katie Noonan, Donald Runnicles and more.
Meet the next generation of classical music stars, learn what changes at mainstage venues mean for the industry, an interview with Nina Stemme and more.
Claire Edwardes, Elaine Chia and Katie Noonan are among the finalists in this year's Awards, which seek to highlight on the accomplishments of women across the Australian music industry.
Salome and Die Tote Stadt should satisfy opera lovers and gore aficionados, while Tommy does the rest.
Highlights include a new work by Jessica Wells, a choir of thousands, and the return of a revamped Opera at Jimbour.
Queensland's cherished celebration of culture and local produce will be seen in a new, all-day format.