The choir’s live-streamed concert, performed under social distancing conditions, will feature music composed by survivors of the plagues that ravaged Elizabethan London.
Currently based in LA, the irrepressible performer tells us about the concert, the special challenge of performing in online events like this, and how her "apoca-puppy" is helping her cope with COVID-19 isolation.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Art Gallery of South Australia will reopen their doors in June following their temporary closure due to COVID-19.
The 13-year-old is a member of WSYO and a NSW RFS cadet. She tells us about her most inspiring musical moment, her love of Beethoven and Delta Goodrem, and how she's coped with COVID-19 isolation.
On May 21, a free concert in Sydney featuring Casey Donovan, will showcase COVID-Safe drive-in hubs for live entertainment opening in NSW and Victoria in July.
Previously the company’s Creative Producer, Harris is positioned to help guide the theatre out of shut down.
The Audience Outlook Monitor predicts 78% will attend as often as they did pre-COVID-19, but only 22% will return as soon as restrictions are lifted. Smaller venues are most likely to attract audiences in the near future.
The funding will support venues including the National Gallery of Victoria, Arts Centre Melbourne and Melbourne Recital Centre.
Simone Young, tenor Paul Tabone, and Royal Ballet stars Leanne Benjamin and Steven McRae are among the Australians appearing in live streamed performances to support the Tait Emergency Relief Fund.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer discusses the support the Arts Wellbeing Collective is giving performing arts workers during the coronavirus crisis, and the path to reopening theatres.
As OA announces another round of cancelled performances due to COVID-19, Nicole Car’s Freelance Artist Relief Australia opens applications for grants for classical Australian singers.
The successful streaming initiative will now consist of Perth and Sydney satellite evenings.
Sam Allchurch explains the new digital learning program introduced by Gondwana Choirs during the COVID-19 lockdown, which ranges from beatboxing to writing for choirs.