Famous for his classical chops and pop star approach to staging a solo piano concert, Havasi is all about connection, entertainment and a great night out.
The Australian Chamber Choir reconstructs the music of an 18th century composer almost lost to the ages – Agatha della Pietà.
In Agapi & Other Kinds of Love, composer James Humberstone and rapper Luka Lesson combine ancient poetry and modern hip-hop.
Composer Nick Powell talks to Limelight about his solo piano music for The Lehman Trilogy and "throwing yourself into the deep end".
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In-concert operas are sometimes regarded as the poor relation of their fully staged cousins. But can less be more?
In 2024, some of the country’s leading arts venues will embark on or complete major renovations. What can audiences expect as a result?
Ahead of an Adelaide Festival performance of their two song cycles, Nigel Westlake and Lior talk about their collaborative process and what comes first: the words or music.
Gurrelieder was one of Schoenberg’s greatest public triumphs. We discuss the cantata with Simone Young, who's conducting the Sydney premiere.
The second outing of Brisbane Powerhouse’s ΩHM Festival of Other Music marks Queensland as an international player in left-field, contemporary arts.
Deborah Cheetham Fraillon explains how her new work broke her compositional silence after the Voice to Parliament referendum left her mute.
Ahead of his Australian debut, Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson talks about performing Bach’s Goldberg Variations around the world.
The American mezzo-soprano is making her Australian debut in Mahler 3 with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. She just wishes she could have brought her dog.