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The dancer-choreographer will appear in XENOS in 2018, a fitting bookend to his Australian appearances.
| Oct 12
The baritone’s wife and Facebook page have contradicted reports emerging from Russia that he lost his battle with cancer.
| Oct 11
The Melbourne Festival offers up a joyous, provocative embrace of body politics, nudity and sexuality in society today.
| Oct 11
The Italian Maestro and Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will conduct concerts in Sydney and Melbourne.
| Oct 11
With Volume II out soon, the classical guitarist has won an ARIA Fine Arts Award for his Bach Cello Suites Volume I.
| Oct 10
For their new albums, soprano Joyce El-Khoury and tenor Michael Spyres are walking in famous footsteps.
| Oct 10
The soprano explains how the rise of the Protean career means arts organisations need to adapt to changing needs.
| Oct 10
With Romeo and Juliet at its heart, a Shakespearean theme weaves through the orchestra’s 70th anniversary season.
| Oct 10
A fantasy musical dinner party chez Noble? Try an eclectic guest list, a good bottle of red and a serve of tarragon chicken.
| Oct 09
The composer's new album with Sydney Chamber Choir spans Arabic poetry and Old Testament verses to contemporary texts.
| Oct 09
Highlights include Blazey Best in Gypsy, a revival of Australian musical Darlinghurst Nights, Aspects of Love, and In the Heights.
| Oct 09
★★★★☆ An understated announcement that the ANU School of Music is back for the long haul.
| Oct 07
★★★★½ American soprano Brenda Rae stuns in her Australian debut.
| Oct 07
Classical music and opera in Australia both saw significant growth in revenue, report shows.
| Oct 06
Howard Barker’s trenchant yet playful 1981 political drama follows a dissident artist across six decades.
| Oct 06
★★★★☆ Taylor Mac offers a brief but powerful taste of a larger epic.
| Oct 06
The Chinese piano virtuoso opened Carnegie's season with 14-year old prodigy Maxim Lando providing the left hand part.
| Oct 06
Researching a biography of her mother, opera singer Josie Kean, awoke memories of a remarkable Australian musical figure.
| Oct 06
For the first time, London's Royal Academy of Music is holding auditions in Sydney on October 14 and 15.
| Oct 06
Setting aside the composer’s pen, the festival's AD explains how curation allows him to "dream on a bigger canvas".
| Oct 06

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