The Living Music Report analyses what the MPA funded orchestras played in 2019 and finds that music reflecting the culture diversity of 21st-century Australia is “notably absent”.
Nakkiah Lui, Anchuli Felicia King, Suzie Miller and Jada Alberts are some of the playwrights who have teamed up with performers as part of a new project by Playwriting Australia.
Harry Ward, James Morley, Richard Narroway and Grace Clifford will compete for the $21,000 cash prize.
The versatile performer will take the reins of the 2021 program after the Festival's move to an online season this year.
Sunday June 21 will see musical acts around the country, from classical karaoke to experimental games, broadcast online.
The emerging composer receives $2000 in prize money and the opportunity to create a new work for the ensemble.
The Queensland theatre company has introduced six new paid opportunities to its development program.
The multi-media artist will enter the world of the ASO, responding to the orchestra as “a living archive”, as part of a new Guildhouse Collections Project.
Arts Centre Melbourne's acclaimed mentoring program for emerging composers has announced this year's participants.
The newly refurbished historic Adelaide theatre will welcome its first audiences this month.
Some of Australia’s biggest live entertainment and sports businesses have formed the Live Entertainment Industry Forum to ensure fans can safely return to live events as COVID-19 restrictions relax.
The venerated Sydney arts patron has died at the age of 84.
Aviva Endean will join with ensemble The Cloud Maker in November, while composer Wally Gunn and librettist Maria Zajkowski will collaborate at UKARIA in December.