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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.
The Australian Art Music monthly playlist by composer Cameron Lam reflects on the rich Australian repertoire for the harp, and the harpists who championed it.
This month, Cameron Lam’s Australian Art Music playlist collects rich pieces with perspectives to listen to, whether commenting on history, the world or current events.
Cameron Lam’s Australian Art Music monthly playlist explores a fresh crop of new and recent releases across Classical, Jazz and Sound Art.
After 200 years, Joseph Bologne’s reputation is finally restored.
Ahead of his performances for Opera Australia, the world’s number one tenor Jonas Kaufmann talks about his highly anticipated role debut and upcoming season.
Danes complete their Prism project, Bychkov delivers a blistering Resurrection, outstanding Beethoven from Ohlsson in the mountains, and Piers Lane goes to town . . . again!
The Composer-in-Residence at this year’s Australian Festival of Chamber Music (AFCM) explains how the theft of an 18th-century viola helped turn her into a composer.
Cameron Lam’s monthly playlist covers Classical, Jazz and Sound Art that adventures across land, sky and sea before returning to the comfort of home.
The star soprano is about to play all four heroines in Opera Australia's The Tales of Hoffmann. She discusses the formidable challenge ahead.
Anne Cawrse explains how three Australian women inspired her new concerto for marimba and orchestra.