Applications for the 2022 Prelude Residency program are now open to composers of any genre at any stage of their career.
Christopher Cartlidge will leave the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to join the Australian String Quartet as its new violist.
Joe Gelonesi will oversee content and initiatives as the new Content Manager for ABC Classic and ABC Jazz, taking over from Toby Chadd.
The stimulus package will provide much-needed support for performing arts organisations who have lost income as a result of Sydney's current COVID lockdown.
Artistic Director Louise Bezzina hopes people will be able to come together "in a really bright, shimmery way, with a sense of celebration" at this year's Brisbane Festival.
Creative State 2025 aims to grow and strengthen a diverse and innovative arts industry for Victoria.
State Opera South Australia will perform The Turn of the Screw and The Barber of Seville in the remainder of its 2021 season.
Damiano Michieletto's new Tales of Hoffmann for Opera Australia is to be postponed to a future season due to the NSW Government’s extended stay-at-home orders in Sydney.
Steve Moffatt, who has been following the Sydney International Online Piano Competition, brings us up to speed as the Semi Finalists are announced.
The new study by the Donne – Women in Music foundation, analysing the music played by 100 orchestras from 27 countries during the 2020-21 season, highlights the lack of representation.
Musicians and singers, who were rehearsing OA’s Otello, are now in self-isolation after a construction worker at Sydney Opera House tested positive for COVID-19.
Canberra-born soprano Chloe Lankshear, who performed alongside Taryn Fiebig in the Pinchgut Opera film A Delicate Fire, is Pinchgut's first Taryn Fiebig Scholar.
TSO Community will deliver digital content and performances to community aged care facilities across Tasmania and beyond.