Kathryn Stott unveils her final program as Artistic Director, postponed after the cancellation of the 2020 festival.
The media executive and composer reveals the myriad threads weaving through his program for Adelaide Festival's Chamber Landscapes at UKARIA.
The period instrument ensemble will be livestreaming each tour thanks to Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, as well as launching a new series of concert films.
Flautist Geoffrey Collins named Emeritus Artist while violinist Dene Olding clocks up 40 years with the Australia ensemble in a season that will celebrate the group's core members.
The composer tells us about music and emotion in her new work for guitarist Slava Grigoryan and the Southern Cross Soloists.
No problems for Houston as moon gig lifts off.
After nine years, the violist explains why he's transitioning to an educational and engagement role.
Great friends and musical collaborators flautist Sally Walker and composer Elena Kats-Chernin discuss a new chamber arrangement of Kats-Chernin’s flute concerto.
Festive fare from Tamara-Anna Cislowska and her five colleagues as Sydney Town Hall hosts six grand pianos.
The groups are just two of the recipients of Create NSW’s Play the City initiative, which is helping artists put on COVID-Safe concerts in the centre of Sydney.
William Barton and Véronique Serret evoke an ever-shifting landscape that grips the audience from start to finish.
Co-director Chris Howlett gives us a taste of what’s on offer in the festival’s second year.
Tamara-Anna Cislowska tells us about a concert at Sydney Festival that will see six pianists play six grand pianos in the Sydney Town Hall.