New songs by Brenda Gifford, a performance piece inspired by the life of experimental pianist Margaret Leng Tan and six new Australian operas are among the projects funded.
Tell us what you think in the Limelight Reader Survey and you could win a Maria Callas box set or one of 20 copies of Omega Ensemble's new album.
The company celebrates its 60th anniversary year with a gala of works created and presented by QB over the years.
Slava Grigoryan, Aura Go and Sophie Rowell are among the guest soloists in next year’s season.
Musician Lior and theatre maker Emma Valente are among nine artists to receive a $10,000 grant.
Claire Edwardes, Elaine Chia and Katie Noonan are among the finalists in this year's Awards, which seek to highlight on the accomplishments of women across the Australian music industry.
The four-city tour will be led by Artist in Association Pinchas Zukerman.
Mark Wigglesworth conducts Beethoven's nine symphonies over 10 days, a mini festival of women composers, and Nicholas Carter returns to conduct Mahler's Fifth.
After 21 years and 65 musicals, Jeanne Pratt’s company will stage its final musical next May. Details will be announced in November when it stages Ragtime.
Kiandra Howarth has won the Bel Canto Award, while Finnish soprano Hannakaisa Nyrönen has taken home the Elizabeth Connell Prize.
Singers from Australia, New Zealand, China and Hong Kong will compete for a place in the Cup’s semi-final this October.
Celebrating its centenary next year, the Philharmonia has commissioned 12 Australian composers whose works will be performed throughout 2020.
A View from the Bridge starring Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale, a new play from Angus Cerini, and the musical Fun Home are among next year’s highlights.