The new streaming initiative has already presented nine concerts in its first fortnight, with plenty more to come.
I bet a lot of other people were clapping enthusiastically in their lounge rooms, too, writes Clinton White.
The composer, who is the second ever winner of the $5000 biennial award, will have her work performed by the Australia Ensemble.
While new funding has been allocated for some, all companies will face cuts of 30 percent over the next 12 months.
“We're fighting for our survival,” says Richard Tognetti, as the shut-down of live performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic forces ACO musicians to broadcast content from in-home studios.
Elyane Laussade, Nicholas Dinopoulos and Andrea Katz bring beautiful, intimate recitals to Melbourne Digital Concert Hall.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma is just one of many classical musicians who have recorded videos in support of those at the COVID-19 front line.
Across nine days in January, Angus McPherson visited the 2020 Youth Music Culture Guangdong event in Guangzhou, China, spent time with Yo-Yo Ma, and discovered how the legendary cellist’s philosophy extends far beyond music.
From eccentrics to recluses, these musicians positively thrived on social distancing. (Image courtesy of @mozart____ on Twitter)
Nézet-Séguin luxuriates in Mahler’s most grandiose conception.
The conductor talks to Clive Paget about his recording of Mahler's “Symphony of a Thousand” with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Limelight's Recording of the Month in April.
The new fund will operate across three streams: Survive, Adapt, Create. The suspended Arts and Disability Mentorships have been reopened.
From our House to Yours will offer full-length performances and talks, footage, podcasts, articles and behind-the-scenes content.