The Australian guitarist tells us about his new album with Ariel Nurhadi, his new routine during the covid-19 pandemic, and his plans for the future.
The soprano has won both the Opera & Classical and Musical Theatre categories in the international singing competition.
The conventional wisdom says that for the performing arts the online space is difficult, if not impossible, to effectively monetise. We speak to the musicians and presenters who are making a go of ticketed live streaming events.
Piers Lane dazzles, charms and calms in these English concertos.
Much more Gold than Corn in this glorious CD.
The violinist and Artistic Director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra has been honoured by his home city for his long career in music.
When storm and stress can be a good thing.
Musicians and Addiction looks at the implications of addiction for individual musicians and the industry of which they are a part.
New initiatives from Ensemble Offspring, Pinchgut Opera and Strange Bedfellows are among the recipients.
All-Australian Beethoven concerti cycle brings zip and zing to favourites.
Claire Edwardes, Artistic Director of Ensemble Offspring, weighs in on funding cuts, ‘unfunded excellence’, and the planned fee hike for arts and humanities degrees.
Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse will create an opera about the traditional story of the magpie and crow.
How public and private music shaped life with the Virgin Queen.