Concert performances of Fidelio by WASO, the return of Cloudstreet and a celebration of Gurrumul are among the shows announced.
Australia’s premier prize for the collaborative pianist will go to one of four hopefuls this September.
Harpist Xavier de Maistre returns, violinist Jonas Zschenderlein makes his Australian debut, and the orchestra celebrates Notre-Dame's rich musical legacy.
A concert Fidelio, Beethoven's Piano Concertos in one week, Deborah Cheetham's Eumeralla, and some exciting debuts are on Asher Fisch's next program.
Opening this week, its first exhibition showcases the work of artists like Cigdem Aydemir, Lisa Roet and Louise Paramor.
Composer-in-Residence Alice Chance will write a brand new clarinet concerto for Oliver Shermacher in WSO’s 2020 season.
Lee Lewis introduces five mainstage plays by Kendall Feaver, David Williamson, Matthew Whittet, Mark Rogers and Alma de Groen.
Christos Tsiolkas' Loaded, a transcript of an FBI interrogation performed verbatim, and a reimagining of Macbeth by Scott Shepherd are among the highlights.
Kate Mulvany has won three awards for her adaptation of The Harp in the South including the Major Award of the Night and the $100,000 David Williamson Prize.
Two operas rarely seen in Australia, some more familiar fare, four musicals, digital stagings and the future of opera – OA's Lyndon Terracini discusses the lot.
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s Assistant Conductor starts in the role this month, working on the WNO’s new production of Carmen.
As Alondra de la Parra's contract comes to an end, the orchestra's 2020 season will focus on fresh voices, with a number of young artists making their debuts with the orchestra.
Artistic collaboration and music as a force for change were the themes of Australian art music’s night of nights.