The curtain has risen on a Tchaikovsky double bill at the Paris Opéra: The one-act opera ‘Iolanta’ and the classical ballet ‘The Nutcracker’ are
This classical music festival marks 400 years since England's greatest poet and playwright died.
The epic race between Britain's Scott and Norway's Amundsen hits the operatic stage: "South Pole" celebrates its world premiere in Munich.
There's no cheating, it's music in its sheer truth. So says Philadelphia Orchestra Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin talking about the pianist Jan Lisiecki
“The Orchestre National de France and Music Director Daniele Gatti join forces with violin soloist Julian Rachlin to perform works by 19th- and
Among its remarkable gems, both natural and artistic, Naples can boast Europe’s oldest opera house, Teatro San Carlo. To see out 2015 and welcome in
Faust is transposed to the 21st century in daring new production by Alvis Hermanis at the Paris Opera
A diminutive and domineering diva. Slight and vulnerable. Athletic and awe-inspiring. Just a few of the myriad of adjectives variously used to
“Center stage: Opéra National de Paris” was produced by the T Brand Studio international department and did not involve the International New York
'Just extraordinary' - Martha Argerich and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra pay homage to Claudio AbbadoThe swelling sounds of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra fill the Paris Philharmonie, at a concert to pay homage to Italian conductor Claudio Abbado
The swelling sounds of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra fill the Paris Philharmonie, at a concert to pay homage to Italian conductor Claudio Abbado