Andrew Mellor does an extraordinary job in teasing the Northern soul out of the Northern silence.
John Clark delivers a forensic account of NIDA, from shed to world-class institution.
Eavesdropping on Steve Reich proves endlessly illuminating and surprisingly humorous.
When singing becomes an outlet for pent-up emotions, the status quo hasn’t a chance.
Susan Tomes’ survey is authoritative, but with plenty of unexpected revelations.
Theatrical legend’s page-turner of a memoir takes no prisoners.
Meyrick reveals Australia’s theatrical history in lockstep with political and social events.
Steven Isserlis proves the ideal companion in a journey through Bach’s mighty cello suites.
Going over the top the Australian way.
The pianist’s debut book takes Prokofiev as a guide to explore the bigger picture.
Walter’s up-to-date, illustrated translation comes with insightful analyses.
Insights galore from the mind and piano stool of one of music’s sharpest thinkers.
Smith’s riotous memoir embraces the lows as well as the highs.