From fine period performances – with some rarities to boot – to evocations of nature,
Angus McPhersonlooks at concerts by the Academy of Ancient Music, Ensemble Offspring, and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra that are the perfect cure for the...
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The conventional wisdom says that for the performing arts the online space is difficult, if not impossible, to effectively monetise. We speak to the musicians and presenters who are making a go of ticketed live streaming events.
In her final column, Jo Litson explores the musical Who's Your Baghdaddy? live streaming from Sydney, the last five NT at Home plays, and Repeat Attenders, the documentary about musical theatre "superfans".
In this week's column, Angus McPherson takes a look at Melbourne Digital Concert Hall's first international satellite concert, The Academy of St Martin in the Fields' new streaming series, and some cute classical pet pics.
This week Jo Litson recommends Claire Foy and Matt Smith in Lungs live streaming from the Old Vic, The Wiz Live!, Nathan Lane in The Nance for the Lincoln Center, and The Dapto Chaser on ABC Arts iView.
In this week’s column, Angus McPherson’s takes a look at the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s celebration of Richard Tognetti’s 30 years as Artistic Director, a second Bang on a Can Marathon, and the ‘Global Pandemic Edition’ of 84 Pianos.
A number of organisations provide support for musicians, artists and arts workers. During these challenging times for the arts industry, many have set up services to deal specifically with the COVID-19 crisis and its effect on the arts community.