Classical guitarist Timothy Kain – who turns 70 in January – sees himself as a performer first and a teacher second, but he excels at both.
The precious time and space, unknown pathways and new connections can lead to magic, says Aviva Endean.
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Gillian Cosgriff explains how a creative collective formed during COVID has launched a podcast. In the first series, Bert LaBonté tells the story of the still birth of his daughter Meg.
The Royal Ballet principal talks about The Nutcracker, which about to screen in Australian cinemas, Taylor Swift and Cats, and the frustration of COVID.
Former ballerina Mary Li has written a memoir as a sequel to her husband's – a lively, compelling read which covers her career and the journey of their daughter Sophie who was born deaf.
The CSO’s outgoing Chief Conductor and Artistic Director looks back at his tenure with the orchestra and sets his sights on the future.
The Korean-born singer, improviser, and educator shares her knowledge gained through years of creative collaboration with Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian musicians.
The company's official tour photographer Lisa Tomasetti has released a book of her striking photographs of the dancers in costume in various cityscapes.
Cameron Lam's playlist of Australian art music for December explores ideas of reflection, community and support.
Brisbane’s shake & stir theatre co puts the past, present and future (as well as a hurdy-gurdy) into Christmas as Nick Skubij explains.
The choir's manager Elizabeth Anderson and director Douglas Lawrence tell us about how the choir has coped with the COVID-19 pandemic, the lessons of livestreaming, and how they managed to produce a new CD during the lockdowns.
The Perth vocal ensemble is performing Christmas music reimagined and given new life by West Australian composers Perry Joyce, Lydia Gardiner and Joshua Adams.