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Choosing the Musical Life

The last time Leo Hussain stepped foot on Australian soil he was a young Cambridge undergraduate singing in the choir of Kings College Cambridge. That was 20 years ago but it wasn’t his first visit. As a young boy chorister with the same choir he did a four-week tour of Australia and New Zealand in 1987.... Read More...

The Power of Wagner

The centrepiece of the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra’s 90th anniversary celebrations is a concert presentation of Richard Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde – a four-hour philosophical devotion to love, sex and death.... Read More...

Sizzling in Seville

It’s 7.30 in the evening in Washington DC when Medical Forum sits the ever-busy ex-pat Australian conductor Antony Walker down for a discussion about his upcoming turn at WA Opera for its 2018 production of Carmen in July.... Read More...