Coming to Australia soon, The Last Confession a play by Roger Crane starring David Suchet is a thriller about events surrounding the death of Pope John Paul I
Sydney based Pinchgut Opera in preparation for Antonio Salieri’s opera The Chimney Sweep they are presenting in July has revealed some interesting health facts
Tait Memorial Trust supporting Australian artists abroad recently announced it will launch soprano Elena Xanthoudakis recording Jewels of the Bel Canto, April 1
Janet Walker Reviews Cold Tuscan Stone a murder mystery set in an ancient Italian walled city, where stolen artifacts are going missing and murder is going down
With so much going on in the world of fashion, I thought this week I would start to demystify the alphabet of cool. Over the next three weeks we will work throughout the dictionary of dress! A is for Allure. Whatever you wear, this comes from within. Allure is not…
Sydney based musician & composer Alice Chance has a defining passion for new music & historical Baroque music, especially when played on authentic instruments
A warm welcome to Muse~News for April 2011. March and April are traditionally busy months to kick start the new year and we have been inspired to introduce an all new version of our site with an updated layout and new easier to read fonts. When it ‘went live’ we…
The music of friends seems to be to the fore this month. A four-day event at Kings Place, London, Celebrating Grainger 2011, will feature that talented pianist from Dalby, Jayson Gillham, who together with friends John Lavender and Penelope Thwaites will present this controversial and interesting composer’s works in his 50th anniversary year. At Brisbane keyboard virtuoso Christopher Wrench, cellist Louise King and their friends will feature in the Chamber Music Series.