Funded by the venue's donors, partners and contractors, New Work Now will commission a broad range of work from companies including Sydney Chamber Opera and the Indigenous World Art Orchestra.
As the Australian maestro turns 90, the Tait Memorial Trust in London presents a special concert which will be live streamed on his birthday on 29 September.
Angus Cerini’s new play about an unsolved double murder, is atmospherically staged and brilliantly performed by Hugo Weaving and Wayne Blair.
Featuring music and lyrics by Makan, the song is performed by 101 CALD and BIPoC artists, and is a call to arms for better representation on stage and screen.
Theatres and concert halls will be able to seat up to 1000 people, while restrictions on choirs and wind instruments in schools have been eased slightly.
Lockdown was an opportunity to commission "Listen", a song that has resonated with many.
Opera Queensland, Queensland Ballet, Queensland Symphony Orchestra Queensland Theatre and Circa will all perform live in the coming months in a program called Queensland’s Own.
Undaunted by COVID-19 disruption, concertmaster Natsuko Yoshimoto farewells the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra with a commanding performance of one of Beethoven’s greatest works.
The new-look Limelight magazine includes major features written by Steve Dow, Jan Bowen, Harriet Cunningham and Clive Paget.
As Sydney venues begin to open their doors, Steve Dow investigates the various COVID safety protocols in place.
QPAC’s Unlocked series amply delivers with a splendid Spanish-themed concert of home-grown talent with a delightful twist.
Anita Hegh does a brilliant job of conveying Virginia Woolf's supple mind in Belvoir's first post-COVID, socially distanced production.
As his company celebrates its 10th anniversary, the choreographer discusses his work and his new production about excessive gaming, which will be performed and live streamed this week.