The exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery takes you behind the scenes of the Australian film industry.
The Australian soprano is presenting Christmas carols, opera arias and art songs in a concert for the homeless in Martin Place.
A century ago Finland gained independence after a political struggle fuelled by art and music. Does that lie behind Finland’s musical pre-eminence today?
The popular baritone tells us about his new festive show, his perfect Christmas Day and his love for Snoopy's Christmas.
Mitchell Butel has gathered a starry line-up of leading ladies to play Fanny Brice in a Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert of Funny Girl.
Taking his soapbox on the road, a pair of tickled ears inspires our maestro to pen an Antipodean’s ode to decent acoustics.
Just in time for Christmas, Esmeralda Tintner and Lisa Stewart perform their show for children featuring a two-violin arrangement of Tchaikovsky’s score.
The German-born maestro is making a comeback thanks to the return of the LP.
Osborne's classy impressions, Takács' sparkling Dvorák, Vänskä and his Minnesotans embrace Mahler's Fifth and more.
With glamorous divas, the smell of greasepaint and backstage menagerie, the old Metropolitan Opera was an eye-opener for a 16-year-old boy.
Turning their back briefly on opera, The Strange Bedfellows are back with a cabaret that will definitely be more naughty than nice.
The Museum of Contemporary Art immerses audiences in the vibrant colour and music of a pioneering artist.
To celebrate the festive season, we're sharing Christmas-themed stories every day until Christmas!