Applications for the 2022 Prelude Residency program are now open to composers of any genre at any stage of their career.
Cameron Lam's playlist for July features music from Tasmania and from composers with strong ties to the island state.
The stimulus package will provide much-needed support for performing arts organisations who have lost income as a result of Sydney's current COVID lockdown.
An unanticipated but delightful showcase of exquisite guitar music
Two of Perth’s premier Historically Informed Performance groups combine for a perfect duet.
Steve Moffatt, who has been following the Sydney International Online Piano Competition, brings us up to speed as the Semi Finalists are announced.
Sydney-born pianist Rosemary Tuck shares her love of the fun, beguiling music of English composer Albert Ketélby, which she has recorded on her new album A Dream Picture.
James Ehnes offers the perfect antidote to those lockdown blues.
Rosputko sails choppy seas and an interminable funeral march.
The Fab Four: Thomas Trotter, Duruflé and Harrison & Harrison.
Artistic Director Piers Lane explains how this year's Sydney International Piano Competition has adapted to taking place online.
More fireworks and philosophy from one of today's harpsichord greats.
Adelaide’s new festival, Illuminate Adelaide, celebrates the crossover of music and technology. This year’s line-up includes an immersive virtual reality work involving William Barton and the Australian String Quartet, and a solo improvised concert by Paul Grabowsky.