We reveal our 2018 Artists of the Year. Other features include The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet and Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30.
The actor, who starred in numerous television series, and who was a great supporter of Australian theatre, has died of cancer.
Alma Deutscher has recorded a setting of a Christmas poem she first composed at age eight with the American baritone.
Relocation to the Sydney Town Hall means the orchestra will no longer need the $1 million grant, which embroiled the orchestra in a funding controversy earlier this year.
A new Deloitte report has found that the iconic venue has experienced astonishing growth in the last five years.
Arts patron Peter Weiss' gift is the most significant cash donation the venue has ever received.
Bleach* Festival’s Louise Bezzina will take the reins in Brisbane, presenting her first festival in 2020.
Acclaimed choreographer Antony Hamilton takes the reins in February, having also been appointed joint CEO alongside Kristy Ayre.
From a naked Brisbane Freemason to a brawl during Mahler Five – as well as the biggest classical music news – here are the headlines you were reading this year.
Sydney Theatre Company leads the charge this year, becoming the first ever company to make a clean sweep of the Best Mainstage Production category.
Acclaimed performer and director Mitchell Butel will take up the position in March.
The Australian actor has made a series of explosive allegations about Rush in The New York Times and ABC.
The internet has been thoroughly impressed by one baritone’s Rossinian rhapsody.