The Australian pianist and composer talks about her new album, Scattered on the Wind, her love of the ocean, and how she’s staying creative during the COVID-19 pandemic.
$100,000 has been awarded to ten Australian composers in the Fund’s fifth year.
We speak to the Festival’s Artistic Director Roland Peelman as he launches the Festival’s digital offering and looks ahead to 2021.
In her first column, Jo Litson's highlights include NT at Home's Frankenstein, Red Line's Gruesome Playground Injuries, and Les Misérables – The Staged Concert.
Create NSW and the ABC have also announced support packages, while the City of Melbourne has announced the first of its successful grant recipients and Queensland's HOTA announces newly funded projects.
Tonight's online premiere of four short operas by four Australian women composers is a major achievement for Australia's most inspirational modern opera company.
State Opera South Australia will Keep the Home Fires Burning with a free concert of nostalgic wartime songs, streaming on ANZAC Day morning.
We speak to curator Robert Gibson about administering a daily dose of music from the orchestra in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chris Lian-Lloyd explores what classical music live streaming can learn from sports coverage.
Fourteen concerts in eight days aim to support musicians affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
We speak to Australian musicians working around the world about how they are responding to the challenges of teaching music remotely.
The project will curate a selection of artwork by primary school children in an online AGNSW exhibition, and on ABC platforms.
We will use the support to run a new series of weekly columns highlighting some of the gems among the plethora of arts material now available online.