Voices at 5, a series of short concerts designed to make vocal music accessible to the whole community, is so popular it is back at this year's Festival of Voices in Tasmania.
Pianist and composer Ronan Apcar, who is studying at ANU, discusses his new digital recording of four piano works by Australian composer Dulcie Holland.
The organisers of Musical Chairs: The Administrators Orchestra discuss their audacious plan to shake up the arts admin industry.
British writer Sir Christopher Hampton discusses his two plays currently running in Australia, and his most important conversations ever.
Didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton discusses his world premiere for Queensland Symphony Orchestra and his performances at Illuminate Adelaide and the Australian Festival of Chamber Music.
Cameron Lam explores the string quartet in this month's playlist of Australian art music.
In this month's column, Lynden Barber praises the storytelling efficiency of TV comedy and examines a film with a Maori theme.
Alexander Voltz explores one of history's most notorious unsolved crimes.
As Sydney Chamber Choir premieres his new song cycle, Joe Twist discusses his musical inspirations, and working between Hollywood and Australia on animations to the concert hall.
The composer reveals how a recording of an ice core melting broke his heart and inspired this piece of music.
The art's for sale, from Stephen Hough's erotic surge to Nathaniel Boyd en plein air.
Andrew Haveron, Ben Jacks, Scott Kinmont and the SSO horn section discuss Britten and Shostakovich, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and 50 Fanfares.
This program of artsong concerts, performed by four solo singers for Sydney Chamber Opera, will illustrate where the modern song has found itself in the 21st century.