Tos Mahoney, Artistic Director of Tura New Music in Perth, tells Jo Litson about Kimberley Echoes, a cross-cultural celebration of Kimberley country and its people, which is heading to Australia’s eastern states this month.
Australia’s greatest cultural loss from WWI finally gets to come home with the launch of his complete recording edition. Christopher Latham reports on the late-flowering fruits of a labour of love.
To mark his father’s final season with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Ed Frazier Davis is channelling Hildegard of Bingen.
The one-time Sydney Dance Company performer, is now creating striking artworks made from ballet shoes.
Ahead of her performances with the Australian Haydn Ensemble, the Bavarian-Japanese violinist tells us how she went from modern instrument “convicted offender” to HIP master.
Why does Lachlan Skipworth, the easy-going son of an Australian farmer, have such an affinity for Japanese aesthetics? Ben Etherington explains how the shakuhachi bamboo flute came to be a muse for the talented composer.
A major retrospective by UK artist Cornelia Parker is coming to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Invented 100 years ago, the first electronic instrument continues to fascinate, not only for its striking sound and aesthetic, but also for the almost superhuman difficulty of playing it without physical contact. Mélissa Lesnie traces its history, and visits theremin school to learn how the devil to tame it.
The popular Australian Chamber Orchestra cellist tells us about his double bass envy, his love of cooking, and his most awkward moment on stage.
Tommy Murphy’s new play puts patriarchal power under the microscope.
Sir Andrew Davis, Alondra de la Parra and David Robertson are about to conduct their final concerts as artistic chiefs of the Melbourne, Queensland and Sydney Symphony Orchestras respectively. Here’s a look back on their time Down Under.
Curator Daniel Browning and artists participating in Momentum at Barangaroo will be joined by Yo-Yo Ma next Tuesday.
From flash mob choir to HIP Bach and genre-blending new music acts, the venue cracks opens the musical bubbly.