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.
The work is the brainchild of baritone Joshua Hopkins whose sister was murdered in 2015.
Musicians Simone Slattery and Gabriella Smart have created aural responses to the Clarice Beckett exhibition at the AGSA, leading to live performances and a recorded soundscape in the Gallery.
The media executive and composer reveals the myriad threads weaving through his program for Adelaide Festival's Chamber Landscapes at UKARIA.
Yaron Lifschitz, AD of Circa, explains how Aardman's much-loved animated TV show is playing tricks in Brisbane.
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Andrew Ford’s new project proves the right idea for strange times.
Find out what's on stage – and streaming online – in January & February from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
Yvonne Frindle investigates why Margaret Sutherland's forward-looking orchestral composition has been so unjustly ignored.
Steve Dow explores the history of Adelaide's Her Majesty's Theatre and its latest renovation, which fuses the old and the new.
You can’t ‘fake news’ your way out of a bad performance, which is why many musicians suffer the curse of perfectionism, says Guy Noble.
Let’s do away with the label ‘minimalism’, says Robert Veel.
With the new Melbourne Conservatorium set to be an enduring testament to his career, Australian composer and academic Barry Conyngham has finally retired – though he’s still writing music.