Music has a spellbinding magic – to lull us to sleep, and to inspire us to delightful dreams and flights of imagination.
Beethoven is an unlikely musical hero. His friends found him difficult to get on with; and worst of all for a composer – he went deaf!
Behind the piano’s tidy array of black and white keys, there is a whole world of wonderful music.
Classical music opens up a whole new world of imagination and delight.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo marched into Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium for the first time ever in February 2016.
‘He was certainly the oddest person I’ve ever known,’ said Stravinsky.
'The human soul dreams of being cradled like a child' – Faure’s Requiem offers a radi
Performed by ARIA-Award winner Tamara-Anna Cislowska and the composer herself, Butterflying is the first major survey of
Sibelius’s mighty Finlandia is a triumphant celebration of the ancient beauty of Finl
Splendid music for a joyous occasion: Handel’s Music for the Royal Fireworks premiered to an audience of more than 12,000 people cel