Anne-Sophie Mutter and the Camerata Academica Salzburg perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Violin Concerto No.5 in A major, K219.
Anne-Sophie Mutter and the Camerata Academica Salzburg perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Violin Concerto No.4 in D major, K218.
Anne-Sophie Mutter and the Camerata Academica Salzburg perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Violin Concerto No.3 in D major, K216.
Recorded at the famous Munich square, Joseph Calleja and Kristine Opolais join the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and choir lead by Andris Nelsons to a night of Italian music.
This program explores the life and art of a uniquely gifted entertainer whose trajectory blazed across the major flash points of American society, from the Depression to the 1980s.
Hosted by Kate and Phil Ceberano. Take a sneak peek behind the scenes from auditions to the Australian premiere opening night at Melbourne's Her Majesty's Theatre.
Anne-Sophie Mutter and the Camerata Academica Salzburg perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Violin Concerto No.2 in D major.
Anne-Sophie Mutter and the Camerata Academica Salzburg perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Violin Concerto No.1 in B-flat major.
Celebrate 70 years of the Royal Ballet's landmark production of Petipa's classic ballet and enter an enchanted world of princesses, fairy godmothers and magical spells, to glorious music by Tchaikovsky. The Sleeping Beauty holds a special place in the Royal Ballet's repertory. It was the ballet with which the Company reopened the Royal Opera House in 1946 after World War II, its first production at its new home in Covent Garden.
Chuck a sanger on the barbie, empty a can of hairspray on your head and dig out those power suits, we're headed back to the golden 1980s of Australian rock and pop to take out AusMusic Month in style. Playlist Moving Pictures, What About Me? The Triffids, Wide Open Road Jenny Morris, You I Know Models, Barbados Goanna, Solid Rock 1927, If I Could 1927, You'll Never Know Player One, Space Invaders Edith Bliss, Heart of Stone Pat Wilson, Bop Girl Pel Mel, Pandemonium Redgum, I Was Only 19 Tina Arena, Turn Up the Beat Ganggajang, Sounds of Then Deckchairs Overboard, Walking in the Dark Kate Ceberano, Bedroom Eyes I'm Talking, Someday The Rockmelons, New Groove Icehouse, No Promises Boom Crash Opera, The Best Thing Machinations, Pressure Sway Machinations, My Heart's On Fire Real Life, Send Me An Angel The Numbers, Modern Song AC/DC, What Do You Do For Money Honey Rick Springfield, Jessie's Girl Mental As Anything, Come Around Geisha, Part Time Love Affair Outline, Cicadas That Ate Five Dock Outline, Maybe It's a Game The Reels, Pre-fab Hearts The Dugites, In Your Car Hoodoo Gurus, Tojo The Hummingbirds, Blush The Triffids, Goodbye Little Boy Bughouse, V for Vendetta Tall Tales and True, Trust Crowded House, World Where You Live The Moffs, The Traveller MEO 245, Other Places Beargarden, I Write the News Hunters & Collectors, Do You See What I See? Laughing Clowns, Eternally Yours The Scientists, Blood Red River Beasts of Bourbon, Psycho The Angels, No Secrets The Angels, We've Got to Get Out of This Place Huxton Creepers, I Will Persuade You The Hitmen, I Don't Mind Cosmic Psychos, 74 Seconds Lubricated Goat, In the Raw The Birthday Party, Nick the Stripper Scribble, Silly Girl Arvo, Oriental Exotic Vitabeats, Boom Box Boxcar, Insect Sardine V, Sudan Dead Can Dance, Frontier Australian Crawl, Reckless Venetians, So Much For Love Kids in the Kitchen, Change in Mood Jo Jo Zep featuring Jane Clifton, Taxi Mary Wet Taxis, Sailor's Dream Divinyls, Pleasure and Pain The Stems, Tears Me in Two The Sports, How Come The Sports, Strangers on a Train The Sunnyboys, Happy Man Serious Young Insects, Be Patient Ward 13, Midnight Caravan The Riptides, Hearts and Flowers Warumpi Band, Blackfella Whitefella Eurogliders, Heaven (Must Be There) Gyan, Wait Dear Enemy, Computer One (live on Countdown) John Paul Young, Soldier of Fortune Do Re Mi, Man Overboard No Fixed Address, From My Eyes Sacred Cowboys, Nothing Grows in Texas
An extended version of a live music show, hosted by Triple J's Linda Marigliano and Dylan Alcott. Featuring performances by the very best up-and-coming and established artists in Australia, in front of a studio audience.
Chuck a sanger on the barbie, empty a can of hairspray on your head and dig out those power suits, we're headed back to the golden 1980s of Australian rock and pop to take out AusMusic Month in style. Playlist Ian Moss, Tucker's Daughter Men at Work, Overkill INXS, Burn for You Divinyls, Boys in Town The Angels, Face the Day Icehouse, Electric Blue Kylie Minogue, Locomotion Two Man Band (Mike Brady), Up There, Cazaly Mondo Rock, Chemistry John Farnham, Age of Reason Eurogliders, We Will Together Cold Chisel, Forever Now Coloured Stone, Black Boy The Church, Under the Milky Way Hunters & Collectors, Talking to a Stranger Midnight Oil, Beds Are Burning
German star tenor Jonas Kaufmann makes his long-awaited role debut in Verdi's thrilling Shakespeare-based opera Otello, in a -thoughtprovoking and stylishly abstract production' (The Evening Standard) directed by Keith Warner and conducted by Verdi expert Antonio Pappano the first new staging of the Italian composer's final tragedy at the Royal Opera House in 30 years. The dramatic part of Otello, who is led into the trap of jealousy by his scheming rival Iago and kills his innocent wife Desdemona out of suspicion and fury, is sung 'most arrestingly' (The Guardian) by Jonas Kaufmann. He offers 'a supremely burnished baritonal tenor with a ringing, heroic top but capable of extraordinary lyrical beauty in more intimate scenes'.
Catch all the highlights of this incredible event, including Australia's Jael as she lights up the stage with with her pop-power anthem, Champion. Held at the Minsk Arena, Belarus, Australia is one of 20 countries competing.
Ball Park Music, Angie McMahon, and Tia Gostelow bring the vibes to our live-music hotspot. As always, they're welcomed to the party by hosts Linda Marigliano and Dylan Alcott.
As the 1930s come to a close, Swingmania is still going strong, but some fans are saying success has made the music too predictable. Their ears are tuned to a new sound - pulsing, stomping, suffused with the blues. It's the Kansas City sound of Count Basie's band and it quickly reignites the spirit of Swing.
Arabella is played by Renee Fleming. Mandryka: Thomas Hampson. Count Waldner: Albert Dohman. Countess Adelaide: Gabriel Benackova. Christian Thelemann conducts the Staatskapelle Dresden. Recorded at the Salzburg Easter Festival.
International superstars Anita Rachvelishvili, Lianna Haroutounian, Vitaliy Bilyy and Gregory Kunde lead a superb cast of world-class singers in David Bosch's production of Verdios searing tragic opera Il trovatore at the Royal Opera House. The atmospheric and poetic staging sets the story against the backdrop of war. Fire and snow in the landscape echo the cruelty and love contained in the story: soldiers and gypsies clash, a mother reveals a terrible secret and two men are engaged in a deadly fight for one woman. Verdi's exceptionally fine music captures the shifting emotions of the drama through impassioned love duets, fiery solos and stirring choruses.
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