The 40th anniversary season will feature Lorelei, a new Marriage of Figaro and Aida with Opera Australia, as well as a regional tour of Are You Lonesome Tonight, which combines opera and country music.
The new Re-imagine: sector recovery initiatives fund, which acknowledges the “significant forces of change and evolution facing the cultural and creative industries”, is supported by the Sidney Myer Fund.
Musica Viva has revealed the six student groups who will compete in the initiative introduced for groups unable to participate in Strike a Chord due to COVID-19.
Next year will see the long-awaited return of Richard Meale’s Voss, as well as four world premieres by Australian composers.
Oud virtuoso and composer Joseph Tawadros’ took out the award for Best World Music Album in the 2020 ARIA Awards.
Emily Sun, Daniel Rojas and the Orava Quartet are among the artists performing in the chamber music series.
The news of a staged concert of Voss in September follows the announcement earlier this month of two performances of Carousel in March.
After a difficult 2020, DSO announces an ambitious, diverse season featuring new works and collaborations with Indigenous artists, as well as old favourites.
The season includes the world premiere of the first opera performed in Noongar language, a new musical theatre work by Tim Finn performed in English and Tahitian, and a Figaro double.
The Federal Government’s long-awaited RISE funding begins to flow to arts companies, while restrictions on venue capacity continue to lift around the country.
Off the back of a challenging year, the period instrument ensemble announces its most ambitious touring season yet.
Roland Peelman’s program draws inspiration from Vienna, in an all-Australian line-up that will see Indigenous artists featured every day of the Festival.
Adelaide Festival Co-Artistic Directors Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield have been honoured with the Arts Leadership Award.