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The Australian bass-baritone receives a $70,000 scholarship to study at the leading music school in September.
The dazzlingly versatile musician has died at the age of 89.
The inaugural Women in Music Festival will take place over two days in Melbourne, on a site that became a focal point for women’s suffrage, while ABC Classic celebrates International Women's Day on the airwaves.
The Fellowship is a prestigious professional development program for emerging and developing directors.
The much-loved star will bring The Man. The Music. The Show. to Australia in August with Keala Settle, who appeared with him in The Greatest Showman, as a guest artist.
The dance educator and founding director of The Australian Ballet School has died at 96.
Pipa virtuoso Wu Man, saxophonist Amy Dickson and cellist Johannes Moser are among the guests on Artistic Director Kathryn Stott’s second Festival program.
With the orchestra’s lease at Circular Quay ending in December and delays to new studios in Pier 2/3, the orchestra will have to find a new home in 2020.
First presented to Dame Joan Sutherland, the Opera Australia Trophy recognises Moshinsky’s service to the company and contribution to Australia’s operatic landscape.
The acclaimed British actor, best known for her Hamlet, will appear with Sydney Theatre Company in August.
Melbourne’s yearly awards ceremony for the performing arts celebrates 2018's outstanding achievements.
Two productions share the award for Best Mainstage Production, while the Matilda Awards introduce the winner of the first Emerging Female Leader Award.