The musical performance that is "Credo" is a sweeping, uplifting declaration of how South Africans would like the country to be.
Nicholas McCarthy pursued a career in classical piano at the age of 14 and made it to world class fame in just nine years -- with only one hand.
The Mozart festival's composer in residence spills the beans on hope, books, food and his new work, Mzilikazi: Emhlabeni.
An international opera sensation says her choir master influenced her career choice.
A rare handwritten letter by composer Ludwig van Beethoven complaining about illness and a lack of money has turned up at a northern German institute.
A study has found musicians cannot tell from sound alone whether they are playing an old classic instrument or one made last week.
Composer Michael Blake is as inspired about social change as he is about creating life-altering work
Composers take issue with the establishment's narrow focus on traditional classical music.
The simplicity of Michael Blake's music blends a feeling of old and new at the same time, writes Shaun de Waal.
Germany's prestigious Bayreuth Festival, the world's most famous summer music festival, is set to enter the 21st century with its first-ever webcast.
Angela Hewitt explains why she took on the challenge of performing all 48 preludes and fugues of The Well-Tempered Clavier in 25 countries.
SA flautist Wouter Kellerman's Colour reflects the journey of a classically trained musician towards world music and jazz-informed improv.
Dillon Davie speaks to Isak Roux, who is in town for the premiere performance of his Coming Home cantata at the Johannesburg City Hall.