A wonderfully appealing blend of music from the Old World and the New.
Programmed by Artistic Director Annette Shun Wah, OzAsia Festival 2021 features 300 artists including musicians Belle Chen and Mindy Meng Wang, writer Benjamin Law, and dancer Raghav Handa.
Penny Lomax and Maureen Cooney, founders of ABC's The Music Show, will receive the award for Distinguished Services to Australian Music at the 2021 Art Music Awards.
Review: Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos 1, 14, 15 & Chamber Symphony (Boston Symphony Orchestra, Andris Nelsons)
Fifth instalment in Nelsons' cycle continues sonic splendour of predecessors.
Canberra Symphony Youth Chamber Orchestra (CSYCO) will be led by CSO concertmaster Kirsten Williams.
Head and heart guide Aimard’s ascent of Beethoven’s mighty Hammerklavier.
Portraying scenes and places from around the world, Camerata’s Landscapes concert offered a mixed and not entirely successful musical program.
The Australian World Orchestra, ANAM, State Opera South Australia and Bluesfest are among the 82 arts organisations to receive grants in the latest round of RISE funding.
Cairns-based Marliya Choir, comprising First Nations women, will open the WOW (Women of the World) Australia 2021 Festival with a performance of award-winning song cycle Spinifex Gum.
Bernard Lanskey has been announced as the new Director of Queensland Conservatorium after working in Singapore for 15 years.
Lacey and McGuire invite you to a magical musical bower.
Dame Quentin Bryce tells us about the music she chose to accompany William Robinson's symphonic paintings in the exhibition Lyrical Landscapes, which she curated for HOTA.
In Petrenko's hands, prickly Prokofiev and mellow Myaskovsky both hit the spot.