Isabelle Adjani in a stage adaptation of Cassavetes' Opening Night, acclaimed choir Tenebrae, and a tribute to Reg Livermore's Betty Blokk-Buster feature.
An operatic adaptation of Lars von Trier’s Breaking the Waves, a trio of choreographic responses to Beethoven’s Grosse Fuge, and choral settings of all 150 psalms are amongst the highlights.
As his contract is renewed until the end of 2023, Terracini discusses his 10 years at OA, the introduction of musicals and digital productions, and getting married.
Limelight’s critics have whittled down this year’s best new releases to choose 25 outstanding recordings.
Teddy Tahu Rhodes on his lucky break, three departing maestri reflect on their work in Australia, and your essential guide to the arts in 2020.
The Italian baritone, a frequent stage and recording partner of Maria Callas', has died at 95.
The soprano plans to use the prize money to receive further training overseas.
The Simon Lee Scholarship is open to a student with a passionate interest in historical keyboard instruments.
The luthier and pioneer of Australian guitar design has died aged 75.
A champion of works by Monteverdi and Cavalli, the pioneering English conductor has died aged 92.
The new position, made possible by a bequest from iconic composer Peter Sculthorpe, is designed to promote and advance music in Australia.
Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Awards in this year’s Australian and International Artists of the Year Awards.
Its Create Grants program awards writers and artists a living allowance, enabling them to create new work.