Sydney Conservatorium partners with The Women’s Club in Sydney to host a series of recitals highlighting female composers and performers.
Cameron Lam's latest playlist explores the range and expressive qualities of the clarinet family.
The composer explains how a fragment from Puccini became the starting point for her tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice, commissioned for the Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Australian Series.
A year after a terrifying bout of the coronavirus, with blood clots in her lungs, the Australian soprano has finally recovered and is about to play Vitellia in La Clemenza di Tito for Canberra's new National Opera.
Australian tenor Jonathon Welch, famous for his work with the Choir of Hard Knocks, tells us about his cabaret show featuring the life and songs of Harry Secombe.
Sydney Philharmonia Choirs celebrates the long road back to live performance.
A year after COVID-19 shut down live music, co-director Adele Schonhardt discusses how an idea to stream concerts for a few weeks in lockdown has become Australia’s fastest growing national arts company.
The lead producer of Hamilton charts his career, which includes Rent, In the Heights and Baz Luhrmann's La Bohème on Broadway, and explains why he sees Hamilton as "an enlightened business".
The arts consultant and Churchill Fellow, who originally trained as a flute player, explains how she found a career in diversity, access and inclusion and what Australian arts organisations can learn from their counterparts in the US and the UK.
The Ballet Mistress and Principal Répétiteur of Queensland Ballet reflects on how dance introduced her to a variety of musical styles, and how her daughter’s deafness affected the role of music in their home.
What’s happening on stage this month? We’ve put together a list of the most exciting events taking place in April 2021.
Why are Australian politicians so nervous about being seen to support the arts? asks Guy Noble.
Take a bow: meet the winners of Musica Viva’s 2020 contest for secondary students.