A nail-bitingly close contest sees an independent label carry off the top prize.
In a nail-bitingly close contest, an independent label carries off the top prize.
There's one week left to vote for your favourite Artist of the Year – and the race is neck and neck.
This month we are in vocal heaven with period instrument Rodgers & Hammerstein, Shakespearean song, an operatic take on Wuthering Heights, and a resurrected Parsifal.
Sampson and Williams go measure for measure in a savvy Shakespearean fantasy.
Review: Herrmann: Suite from Wuthering Heights, Echoes for Strings (Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Mario Venzago, Joshua Tan)
Epic sampling of a Hollywood maestro’s Brontë opera whets the appetite.
It’s time to vote for the Australian and international artists you’d most like to see honoured in this year’s Limelight Awards.
MSO Chief Conductor Jaime Martín’s second season in the job is a wide-ranging campaign for hearts, minds and inflation-weary wallets.
Jonathan Howard on two Elizabethan giants and why you should never pee on someone’s head from the organ loft.
Odd couple, Weelkes and Byrd get first-class treatment by perfect partners.
Clive Paget caught up with the personable British baritone to unpack his enviable reputation as a singer and orchestrator.
A chorus of leading classical and choral music figures have added their signatures to a letter of protest to the BBC over deep cuts to its orchestras and the disbanding of the BBC SIngers.
Twelve newly commissioned pieces of music – including one by Andrew Lloyd Webber - will frame the Coronation of King Charles.