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My Fair Lady, The Book of Mormon, Barrie Kosky's Saul and Leah Purcell's The Drover's Wife lead the charge.
Tinalley String Quartet, Genevieve Lacey, Piers Lane and the Van Diemen's Band are heading to the new festival in October.
Limelight talks to Russell Torrance about this year's strong contenders, Puccini's emotional manipulation, and the passion of the tuba.
The new instrument, valued at $1.4 million, is an Amati and was played by the cellist Amaryllis Fleming.
Works will range from opera, electronics, and immersive live performance, with two thirds of funding going to women composers.
The Aussie composer's How Forests think has been shortlisted in the Chamber-Scale Composition category.
Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy's debut programme has finished with the biggest takings in the Festival's history.
The percussionist will hand over the reins to Ian Cleworth after a seven-year tenure.
Brisbane-born Courtenay Cleary performed at Britain's largest multi-faith celebration at Westminster Abbey on Monday.
Opera Australia performs at Vivid Live for the first time with a concert featuring music by Adams, Dessner and Greenwood.

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