Does his digital orchestra put musicians out of work? David Stanhope says that’s not his intention, instead he is using it to bring neglected music to life – and he reckons few can spot the difference.
Charting her personal journey with the great 50s songstress in a new show, McGregor talks about why Sumac’s story is particularly relevant this year.
The renowned actor plays Joan of Arc in a "modernist" production for STC.
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Created for Vivid Sydney, The Liminal Hour has a luminous creature called Marri Dyin charming audiences.
The cellist and curator of UKARIA 24 talks about his love of chamber music and what working with living composers can teach us about the music of the past.
A 60th Anniversary Celebration Concert of the Australian musical plays on Saturday, with hopes for a full production.
With work from all round the world, this year typifies the grand adventure of film festivals.
Popular entertainer Tom Burlinson grew up smack-bang during Beatlemania in England and enjoyed a bit of Santana and Led Zeppelin as a teen. But at the end of the day, it’ll always be Frank.
The artist, whose last Australian event saw more than 5000 naked bodies arrayed on the Sydney Opera House steps, is coming to Melbourne with Return of the Nude.
The pianist recorded his atmospheric first album in his kitchen at night – in spite of the neighbours – but now thanks to Internet success he’s touring the world.
Virginia Lloyd spent her youth at the piano, but drifted away in adulthood. Revisiting the instrument in her new memoir, she discusses women pianists, from her grandmother to the likes of Clara Schumann and the heroines of Jane Austen.
Brexit may be looming, but reissues from the Motherland can still make hay.