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Rattled French go for gouger Dupuy ahead of England clash
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre is aiming to use the kicking skills of Dupuy and new fly-half Lionel Beauxis, who has replaced Francois Trinh-Duc, to pin England back. The former Sale coach explaisaid: 'The aim is to have a long kicking game to ...
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma to release hip-hop album
It's no surprise these days to hear classical musicians playing bluegrass, jazz or even heavy metal, but the Chinese-born cellist is crossing over into uncharted territory with his latest release, a CD of gangster rap entitled Yo Yo Ma Biatches.
The ACO heads underground to play outside the box
The Australian Chamber Orchestra went on a pub crawl to find the perfect venue for their next gig. They've performed for Prince Charles at London's St James's Palace and been on the receiving end of standing ovations at some of the world's most ...
The Classical Music Drug
Does it make you smarter? Does it reduce crime? We investigate the latest scientific research to discover the actual benefits of listening to classical music.
Joshua Bell robbed in hotel room
In a bizarre case of identity and material theft that sounds like the plot of a Hitchcock film (or a Law and Order episode, as The Los Angeles Times put it), a Joshua Bell lookalike infiltrated the violinist's 5-star hotel room in Zaragoza, Spain while ...
Song Company gets naughty with Monteverdi
Lady Gaga should take a leaf out of Monteverdi's book - specifically, his books of madrigals. The 17th-century Italian composer knew how to make the human voice sound sexy and suggestive; all without the need for Auto-Tune.
The art of being the devil: Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress
“For idle hearts, and hands, and minds, the Devil finds a work to do”, goes the age-old saying, as sung by the cast of The Rake's Progress at the end of Stravinsky's darkly comic morality tale.
Tim Storrier wins the 2012 Archibald Prize
The eccentric self-portrait shows the artist with the tools of his trade, but without a face. Bathurst-based painter Tim Storrier has won the 91st Archibald Prize for portraiture, the Art Gallery of NSW announced today.
Gentle touch of Fred Hollows opened our eyes to hope
His father, 55-year-old rice farmer and war veteran Tran Duc, had made the expensive 170km trip by bus from their farm in the village of Hoang Dai to Hanoi's ramshackle Institute for Ophthalmology in a last-ditch effort to save his youngest child's ...
Hero just keeps on giving
Giap's father, rice farmer and war veteran Tran Duc, 55, had made the expensive 170km bus trip from their farm in the village of Hoang Dai to Hanoi's ramshackle Institute for Ophthalmology in a last-ditch effort to save his clever youngest child's ...