A violist and two double bassists are in the running for the $20,000 cash prize.
Featuring a new work by Rafael Bonachela, performed with the ASQ, the Australian premiere of a William Forsythe piece, and the return of ab [intra].
Salome and Die Tote Stadt should satisfy opera lovers and gore aficionados, while Tommy does the rest.
Six Australian plays, five of them new, a Tony Award-winning musical and contemporary writing from overseas – all relevant to today, says AD Brett Sheehy.
The six rising stars of The Australian Ballet in the running for this year’s Award have been named, with public voting open for the People's Choice.
Tributes are flowing in from the music community for the pioneering former judge and extraordinary arts philanthropist, who has died aged 78.
From Virginia Woolf and Caryl Churchill to brand new works by Michelle Law and S. Shakthidharan, Eamon Flack’s latest season seeks to make sense of the “bewilderment and insanity” of 2020.
Shania Eliassen and Matthew Dixon were presented with awards after attending a masterclass with Richard Bonynge.
Carl Vine tells us about his swansong season as Artistic Director of the organisation, which celebrates its 75th birthday next year.
Explore your classical streaming options, learn more about Tchaikovsky through his symphonies, and meet Maxine Peake as she makes her Australian debut.
His win will see him performing in Europe and Asia next year. This September/October, he returns to Australia to perform.
In its 30th year the company revisits Hamlet, the first play it ever staged, this time with a female actor in the title role, and The Comedy of Errors.
Wilma Smith tells us about the new competition, which will run in the years between the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, and how music can learn a thing or two from sport.