An authoritative account of music transcending a life scarred by war and alcohol.
One of the most important French opera composers gets a thorough write up.
Alan Cumming shares his lighter side in honest and unsentimental memoirs part two.
Holden rounds-up Glorious John in ten essays, the legendary ABC tours and all.
Australia’s arch storyteller gets to tell his own story at last.
Documenting women’s musical contributions and consistent marginalisation at the movies.
Review: Bee-Stung Lips: Barbara Hanrahan, Works on Paper 1960-1991 (Nic Brown, Jacqueline Millner and Elspeth Pitt)
Important retrospective with essays to boot illuminates printmaker’s life.
Karampini offers a modern conductor’s take on an old, old tale.
Review: Ways of Hearing: Reflections on Music in 26 Pieces (Marna Seltzer, Dorothea von Moltke and Scott Burnham)
Unique insights into the role music plays in the lives of great thinkers.
An Aussie icon turns out to have more sides than you might imagine.
For Swafford’s Mozart, love was in the air, everywhere he looked.
The extraordinary life and career of one of the world’s most important ballet dancers.
Magisterial and illuminating, Zuk shines a light on one man and his musical world.