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Sex lives of the great composers
Longing, passion, sex and death - all are intertwined in Gesualdo's orgies of deliciously daring harmonies. It's no surprise that the prince of Venosa's madrigal settings of confessional love poems contain such heart-wrenching, visceral chromaticism ...
Asher Fisch to take up WASO baton
The incoming chief says he wants to give Perth's state orchestra its own distinct sound. The West Australian Symphony Orchestra today announced that Asher Fisch has been named successor to chief conductor and artistic advisor Paul Daniel.
Gurrumul to appear at the Queen's Jubilee Concert
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, an icon of Australian folk and indigenous music, has been chosen along with a host of stars set to perform at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace on June 4. Singer, guitarist and alumnus of Yothu Yindi, ...
Facing off with Richard Tognetti
What does the ACO's charismatic leader really think about music and politics? A no-holds-barred interview. Richard Tognetti is an opinionated man in the wrong business.
John Winther, former head of ANU School of Music, has died
The Danish-born pianist and music educator left his mark on several Australian music institutions. John Winther, a prominent pianist and the former director of Canberra School of Music (ANU), has died in Denmark at the age of 78.
China Drives Global Growth for Calcium Carbonate Demand
The focus of the calcium carbonate industry is changing. Demand and production levels are rising in Asia as the more traditional markets of Europe and North America face their own challenges.
Vale, Felix Werder (1922–2012)
The German-born composer and music critic for The Age dies at the age of 90. Composer Felix Werder has died in Melbourne at the age of 90.
Jenny Sages' self-portrait wins Archibald People's Choice
A widow's grief writ large on canvas has won the public's heart in the 2012 Archibald Prize. Sydney artist Jenny Sages has received the Archibald Prize People's Choice award with After Jack, a self-portrait exploring her grief in the wake of her ...
Greek Tales: Myth and Reality
In these difficult times Greece is going through, one can only wonder where the truth lies, considering everything the media has been “feeding” people all this time.
Vietnam Scandal to Boost State Firm Disclosure: Southeast Asia
“The Vinalines case has created pressure on the government to move faster with rules to scrutinize companies,” said Nguyen Duc Kien, deputy head of the National Assembly's economic committee. “It had discussed this before, but hadn't done much.”.