Deborah Cheetham and David McAllister will both receive a 2020 JC Williamson Award today, while Jill Smith and Ann Tonks share the Sue Nattrass Award.
Composer Emma Greenhill will work with the winning choreographer on a new dance work set to premiere in 2022.
Anne-Louise Sarks will take over from Brett Sheehy to become the company’s seventh Artistic Director.
The young Australian violinist will perform for a distinguished international jury via a video recital in the semi-finals of this year's prestigious Menuhin Competition.
Musicians based in NSW can now apply for one of six $15,000 grants, to be put towards performances from 20-21 June.
The former dancer and Artistic Director of The Australian Ballet was surprised at a gala lunch when he was presented with the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award.
Melbourne Guitar Quartet tells us about the importance of the Adelaide Guitar Festival, commissioning new work, their ‘Guitar Family’ instruments, and the time they built a log drum.
Belvoir programs an eclectic festival, the company's first repertory season featuring plays by Caryl Churchill and Alana Valentine, and a new panto by Virginia Gay to end the year in ridiculous, joyous fashion.
The great German mezzo-soprano, whose remarkable 48-year career spanned opera and lieder, has died at the age of 93.
When Melbourne Opera performs Macbeth next month audiences can see it live at the theatre, via a regular livestream or in 8K 3D via VR headsets.
The Tasmanian vocal extravaganza will this year feature Catherine Alcorn's new show, cabaret duo Amelia Ryan and Libby O’Donovan, Gordon Hamilton's Requiem Recomposed and a tribute to Tasmanian composer Don Kay.
After having to cancel last year, the charming, boutique festival will return in October with two consecutive programs.
The Bundanon Trust is seeking applicants from all disciplines for its 2022 Artists in Residence program at Bundanon, the former home of painter Arthur Boyd.