As part of a major art project presented by the University of Melbourne, five young artists currently have their work on show in Florence.
The company will bring back the Francesca Zambello production that launched Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour in 2012.
The overhauled process will see funding recommendations made by Artform Assessment Boards chosen by the Arts Minister, in a move that has sparked heated debate in the industry.
Hannah Fox and Gideon Obarzanek will lead the yet-to-be-named new festival, which will merge White Night and the Melbourne International Arts Festival.
Eleven singers will compete for a spot in the final, where they’ll get a shot at the $30,000 Marianne Mathy Scholarship.
Ermonela Jaho talks about Anna Bolena, we learn the true story behind Come From Away, and Nico Muhly discusses his three Australian commissions.
The awards have renamed the Award for Distinguished Services to Australian Music in memory of the late music educator and conductor.
In the 2019-2020 seasons of 15 of the world’s top orchestras, only 3.6 percent of music was written by women, according to soprano Gabriella Di Laccio's DONNE, Women in Music project.
The journalist and critic has been recognised for her piece on rebalancing gender disparity in the Australian theatre industry for ABC Arts.
The board of the national peak body for the development of new plays has announced that all employment positions are now redundant.
Sophie Hutchings, Kristian Chong and Luke Howard are among the artists performing at a brand new music festival, led by pianist and composer Nat Bartsch.
Healthway and Musica Viva have made it possible for students from Challis Community Primary School to continue their music education in secondary school.
The eight young winners will have their compositions workshopped and recorded by the Australian Youth Orchestra.