Co-director Chris Howlett gives us a taste of what’s on offer in the festival’s second year.
Judith Neilson’s new cultural centre is kicking off 2021 with a site-specific work from choreographer Rafael Bonachela and Sydney Dance Company, with plenty more to come.
The RØDE Founder and Chairman, who made headlines last year with his purchase of Kurt Cobain’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ guitar, has given the Festival its largest ever philanthropic donation.
QPAC and Sydney Festival have both had to cancel some performances due to COVID-19, but shows are now going ahead.
Shari Sebbens has been appointed Resident Director, while Courtney Stewart is the company’s new Richard Wherrett Fellow.
The special summer holiday edition includes major features written by Ian Whitney, Deborah Jones, Jansson J. Antmann and Steve Dow and more.
Content manager Toby Chadd reflects on the year gone by, the success of Classic Choir, and new projects coming up in 2021.
Next year’s offering from Music on the Terrace spans The Little Mermaid to Baroktoberfest, as well as the launch of a new Soirée Series at Perth’s Government House.
Victorian Opera has awarded the baritone the inaugural Michael Stubbs and Malcolm Roberts Opera Prize, worth $50,000.
“It’s time to put our artists back on centre stage, to put them first when it comes to revenue, and to put the needs of music lovers everywhere ahead of the status quo,” says Co-Director Adele Schonhardt.
We talk to composer Luke Styles and Kurdish-Iranian journalist, writer and film-maker Behrouz Boochani about the new symphonic song-cycle based on his book, to be premiered by the Zelman Symphony Orchestra.
Limelight celebrates 200 issues with features on video game music, Paganini’s favourite violin, how the arts and sports are teaming up.
The Australian composer reveals the story behind his Fantasia on Waltzing Matilda written for pianist Kathryn Stott and cellist Yo-Yo Ma.