In a world still grappling with science and scepticism, Richard Mills has written a opera about the man who got the ball rolling – Galileo.
In a nail-bitingly close contest, an independent label carries off the top prize.
Yuwaalaraay composer and storyteller Nardi Simpson reflects on her recent tour of Europe with Ensemble Offspring.
With a cabaret season about to open at the Sydney Festival, Victoria Falconer relives her journey from electronic organ to musical saw.
Lucy Maunder’s career has been going gangbusters, but she's long dreamed of playing would-be vaudevillian Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago.
The Melbourne-born singer talks about preparing for her second Ring Cycle with Opera Australia, and the friends she’s made along the way.
Inspired by her favourite video game, Holly Harrison explains how extreme sports and music become one in her latest work for Omega Ensemble.
Bartók is the starter this month with Mahler, Rachmaninov, Bruckner and Respighi the substantial main course. Offenbach provides the perfect soufflé to finish.
Mark Kilmurry and Jamie Oxenbould enter the world of amateur theatre in their new play Midnight Murder at Hamlington Hall.
Ysolt Clark plays the instrument Wagner invented, one with "a weird, unearthly sound".
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
A lacklustre rendition of the national anthem leaves Guy Noble pondering our unwillingness to sing this country’s praises.
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