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Classical Music

The prestigious Australian comp marks 40 years with national recital tours by First Prize and People's Choice winners.
Teens and concession card holders have greater opportunities to attend the Fest with the return of accessibility schemes.
Fifteen of Australia’s rising classical music stars will participate in the orchestra’s intensive training programme.
Ernst and Young report finds Festival Centre Trust made a $107.8 million contribution to the economy in 2015-2016.
The Heldentenor criticised OA for repetitive choices and employing "second rate" international singers.
Donations made to the Double the Score campaign will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the ACF.
Performance artist and director Tamara Saulwick steps into a new role at the adventurous CMO.
Melbourne year eight student Justin Mitchell has created an instrument designed to fit in the pocket of a hoodie.
The Australian organisations are on the longlist for the Innovation Award at the 2017 conference in Rotterdam.
The series celebrates its 25th birthday with the help of Lane, Abduraimov, Cooper, and Gavrylyuk.

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