The appointments to the previously all-male Board follow changes to the Constitution designed to increase diversity and inclusiveness.
Shrinking government funding for Ausdance National has led to the decision.
She joins a long list of classical music luminaries including Rostropovich, Isaac Stern, and Kaija Saariaho.
A new study reveals that musicians with Absolute Pitch have larger auditory cortex volume than musicians without the ability.
Elaine Chia has been inundated with messages of support after penning an open letter in response to negative comments about City Recital Hall’s co-presentation with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite.
The classically trained singer-songwriter, composer and indie pop star has been crowned the winner of Eurovision – Australia Decides for her song Zero Gravity.
The British tenor, who spent much of his career in Australia, has died aged 93.
An incendiary article, drawing on interviews with current and former staff and musicians, has captured the attention of the music community, alleging a darker side to the revered conductor’s success.
Louise Bezzina will mark her final festival as Artistic Director with a monumental performance of Verdi’s Requiem, a drive-in dance work, a ship that doubles as a musical instrument – and 180 fitness balls on the beach.
The MSO’s Chief Conductor got a surprise when he began conducting Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries in Toronto on his 75th birthday.
Natsuko Yoshimoto is the newest custodian of the 18th-century violin, which she took for a spin in the orchestra's Season Opening Gala on the weekend.
AD Julia Zemiro has revealed a taste of what’s to come with six early release shows, including cabaret star Ute Lemper.
The Australian playwright has picked up yet another honour for her debut play The Almighty Sometimes.