Leonard Bernstein was one of the few who defined a city, and while he was quintessentially New York, his reach ventured far beyond the Hudson.
Enough of the frivolous fluff we hear this time of year, I say! Time to culture-up our taste this Christmas.
As we watch Zimbabwe tear itself apart, our extended history indicates that the worse things get, the better the art we produce becomes.
The saxophone has endless appeal, so to honour it, we thought we’d wrap our lips around it. You know where I’m going with this, daddy-o.
We chat with independent music label Art As Catharsis about entering Australia’s National Film and Sound Archive, the importance of artistic expression and the state of Australian music.
Never has the term ‘include your brother’ been used to greater effect than the Gershwins. George and Ira were titans together, minnows alone. Sadly, it was not to last.
We’re all familiar with pa, but his kids (all ten of them) didn’t do too badly in their own right. Strap in, because we’re bringing sexy Bach.
The name Beethoven has stood for centuries, but the man’s life and the challenges he overcame are as towering as the symphonies he constructed.
For many, Wagner is automatically associated with Nazis and Valkyries, but what of the man and his work beyond The Ride?
Vivaldi is a name known from the thousandfold general classic compilations, but looking beyond his main bangers, there is true and lasting genius to be found.
Loretta Barnard scales the soaring heights of the adaptable, yet unique composer Igor Stravinsky.
In Loretta Barnard’s new segment, she will avoid the pretence of art, instead giving you with a guide on who you might be missing out on.
Nathan Dee is a fan of the new Lexus ad, but there are some classical fans out there who think the campaign strikes a few off-key notes…
In this month’s artist interview, Juliette Furio has Rhian Saunders discussing all things opera, “popera,” as well as the innovative singer’s connection with her audience.