The Queensland theatre company has introduced six new paid opportunities to its development program.
Eleanor Lyons and her conductor/pianist husband Vladimir Fanshil have formed LIVEATYOURS, a new project offering “micro-concerts” in people’s homes, which launches tonight.
Roland Peelman traces the history of the black voice in classical and contemporary music, and explains why George Floyd's final words speak to an uncomfortable truth we cannot hide from.
Some of Australia’s biggest live entertainment and sports businesses have formed the Live Entertainment Industry Forum to ensure fans can safely return to live events as COVID-19 restrictions relax.
Sydney Symphony and Sydney Dance Company have collaborated on a new online series. Oboist Diana Doherty and dancer Charmene Yap discuss working on the project.
All ticket proceeds will go directly towards supporting the artists, Artistic Director Alex Raineri says of the festival’s third iteration, which will be delivered entirely online.
The music writer spent her time in COVID-19 isolation reading Aaron Copland's book What to Listen for in Music, but has decided not to interrupt inspiring notes and harmonies with questions.
Is it safe to sing in choirs? Does the coronavirus more quickly among singers? Lyn Williams from Gondwana Choirs and Brett Weymark from Sydney Philharmonia Choirs discuss the issues involved ahead of a second Gondwana webinar.
The successful streaming initiative which has helped sustain local artists during the COVID-19 crisis will now invite patrons to selected performances.
Violinist Dale Barltrop tells us about the ensemble’s recording project which will see new Australian works released digitally across 2020.
The announcement, which will provide welcome relief for many in an industry devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic, has been overshadowed by accusations of “pork-barrelling”.
Aware that he needed time away from the fast lane, the award-winning filmmaker spent eight weeks in a shed on an isolated WA beach. A mesmerising documentary of his experience premieres this week.
When a West End musical they were developing was cancelled due to COVID-19, Sean O'Boyle and Amanda Jane Pritchard set to work on a new satirical musical within a musical.