One of British music’s most enduring bromances goes under the microscope.
An actor speaks, offering thoughts that are illuminating, humane, intelligent and sharp.
More is less in this study of how the lived queer experience is represented in opera.
A radical reassessment that refuses to throw the Bard out with the bathwater.
Insight, humour and the unexpected litter Hough’s childhood memoir.
This handsome new biography sets the record straight.
Rich fruitcake of a book guaranteed to make you want to break into song.
Neill charts the remarkable adventures of a Melburnian operatic dynasty.
An Australian composer on music’s power to enrich the sound of silence.
The ballet icon’s life and work undergo a forensic examination that pulls no punches.
Rutherford-Johnson illuminates the shape-shifting mycelial web of connections out of which Lim’s music emerges.
Exploring one man and his method through the history of 20th-century Japan.
Erin Helyard investigates the 18th-century London music market and the crucial importance of women.