The Content Manager will say goodbye to the ABC after eight years as he moves to his new role as Director of Artistic Planning with the Australian Chamber Orchestra at the end of the month.
A commissioned work focusing on the importance of water and waterways flows neatly into a band set from award-winning guitarist Hilary Geddes.
Federal Arts Minister Paul Fletcher has resisted calls to extend the subsidy for the arts industry, confirming that JobKeeper will cease on 28 March.
Saxophonist Matt Keegan charts his great-grandfather’s journey from Vienna to Australia in a soaring song cycle, surrounded by a suite of players at Mary’s Underground.
The saxophonist and composer draws on the life of his great grandfather Heini Portnoj, who escaped the Nazis and came to Australia in 1940, in the first live performances of his suite Vienna Dreaming.
A sombre, sometimes explosive exploration of percussion set to the tense groove of US civil unrest.
An improvisational powerhouse pushing the limits of jazz, blues, and middle eastern music, live and intimate at the Utzon Room.
Audiences returned to the Sydney Opera House on Sunday for a celebration of jazz icon Don Burrows. The Drama Theatre reopens this week with STC’s Rules for Living.
Highlights include Brett Dean’s Hamlet, a Shakespeare adaptation akin to House of Cards, and an immersive German Requiem.
His Bach Cello Suites has been recognised at the AIR Awards, as was James Morrison and Don Burrows’ In Good Company.
Protestors from the Paris-based women’s rights group FEMEN disrupted Woody Allen’s concert in Germany.
The American guitarist's unique interpretations of film and television themes prove intoxicatingly nostalgic.
Along with Claire Edwardes and seven canny composers, the playwright explains how she created a musical Everywoman. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.