The British composer, who died in 1944, has had her music honoured at the GRAMMY Awards for the first time, while other classical winners include Gustavo Dudamel, JoAnn Falletta and David Robertson.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s new digital reimagining of A Midsummer Night’s Dream harnesses video game technology and an interactive score conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen.
Federal Arts Minister Paul Fletcher has resisted calls to extend the subsidy for the arts industry, confirming that JobKeeper will cease on 28 March.
The Australian conductor has been chosen as one of 24 young conductors from 14 countries to compete in Copenhagen in June.
Deborah Cheetham is the MSO's First Nations Creative Chair while Dr Anita Collins has been appointed the Creative Chair for Learning and Engagement.
The new festival, which opens on International Women’s Day, takes place in a shop front at Sydney’s World Square.
The company has announced its Melbourne autumn season, featuring two Verdi productions.
The composer tells us about how exploring her local neighbourhood inspired a new concert series that aims to support musicians who have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Calling all budding composers who'd love to hear their music played by the Australian Youth Orchestra, Queensland Youth Chamber Orchestra or Sydney Youth Orchestra, and broadcast at venues around Australia.
The Australian conductor has been named Chief Conductor and General Music Director of the Stadttheater Klagenfurt, Austria, and Chief Conductor of the Carinthian Symphony Orchestra.
Five Australian composers will take part in the group’s inaugural CoLAB: Composer Accelerator Program.
The professional classical vocal quartet will blend new and old repertoire.
Kathryn Stott unveils her final program as Artistic Director, postponed after the cancellation of the 2020 festival.