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In response to RMIT research, APRA AMCOS has announced a raft of initiatives to increase female participation.
| Aug 02
Misunderstood in their own day, what is it about Beethoven’s late string quartets that keeps players and audiences coming back?
| Aug 02
The Marlborough Civic Orchestra in New Zealand’s South Island has found a uniquely quiet space in which to practise.
| Aug 02
The video game composer was responsible for producing the first ever video game score recorded by an Australian orchestra.
| Aug 01
After his triumph as King Roger, the Australian baritone is excited (and nerve-wracked) to perform with Jonas Kaufmann.
| Aug 01
Two Wagner operas lie at the heart of the tenor's repertoire. We grilled him on all things Wagner ahead of his Aussie Parsifal.
| Aug 01
For the English pianist soon to tour Australia, Schubert is like wine – he gets better and better with age.
| Aug 01
Five rising-star choreographers have been commissioned to create new works for the company.
| Aug 01
His Bach Cello Suites has been recognised at the AIR Awards, as was James Morrison and Don Burrows' In Good Company.
| Jul 31
Kosky praised for embracing the opera's complexities; Domingo and Alagna part of Bayreuth's 2018 programme.
| Jul 31
A forest made from recycled materials is part of an immersive musical experience for children at the Sydney Opera House.
| Jul 31
The Russian pianist is touring Australia in celebration of the Sydney International Piano Competition of Australia's 40th birthday.
| Jul 31
The London-based Australian violinist talks about playing with the Sydney Youth Orchestra again after her time abroad.
| Jul 31
A new report shows women continue to be shut out across key sectors of the contemporary Australian music scene.
| Jul 31
The Dutch cellist talks about the pleasures and challenges of performing a three-night marathon of the masters’ cello works.
| Jul 31
★★★★½ Playing of a première ordre from Simone Young and the AWO.
| Jul 30
The work in progress showing of Cat Hope's new experimental sound opera left one writer virtually speechless.
| Jul 29
Dvořák could easily have ended up a jobbing musician in some small town but his ambition and genius led him down a different path.
| Jul 28
Jewish artists fleeing persecution in Europe in the 1930s created work in Australia, the US, Japan and even in concentration camps.
| Jul 28
Mitch Cairns has taken out the Archibald Prize for his portrait of artist Agatha Gothe-Snape.
| Jul 28

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