Hamed Sadeghi and Steven Oliver discuss their performances in the latest UnWrapped program, which includes First Nations cabaret, contemporary dance, Iranian-influenced jazz, Irish-Danish folk and innovative digital performance.
The composer tells us about her new work for Sydney Chamber Choir, which celebrates the life and legacy of Swedish botanist Daniel Solander.
In a recent speech the Arts Minister noted the value of the arts sector to the Australian identity, economy and people, but failed to acknowledge the steady decline in available arts funding relative to population growth over the last decade, writes Leya Reid.
Qwest TV CEO and co-founder Reza Ackbaraly tells us about the new channel available in Australia, how the platforms aims to democratise classical music, and how studying with Nadia Boulanger informed Quincy Jones’ remarkable career.
A unique collaboration between Yolŋu songman Daniel Wilfred, Korean-born vocalist Sunny Kim, and trumpeter and composer Peter Knight shows the world is a richer place when we sing together.
With the company’s MainStage program kicking off in May, Antony Pitts and Francis Greep talk to Limelight about how the company is navigating the turbulence of the global pandemic.
When supplies of black paint from the US dried up during COVID, STC and Robertson's Paints created a superior local version that's highly durable, more eco-friendly and half the price.
Given his great success in the West, why did Prokofiev return to the grip of Stalin in the USSR? Daniel Jaffé offers an explanation.
One man, 24 hours of new music, no sleep. How does Adam Page aim to survive? He discusses his new project at The Lab in Adelaide.
Much like his Spirit of the Wild oboe concerto, the composer’s new double guitar concerto for Slava and Leonard Grigoryan was inspired by a trip to Tasmania with environmentalist Bob Brown.
Tom Donald's new composition Honour of the Season seeks closure as it reflects on the trauma of war.
We need to talk about gender diversity in classical music, says saxophonist Jazmin Ealden.
If you call a piece Symphony, the weight of history bears down on you, says Paul Dean as he talks to Christopher Lawrence about his new work celebrating the Australian World Orchestra's first decade.