Roland Peelman’s program draws inspiration from Vienna, in an all-Australian line-up that will see Indigenous artists featured every day of the Festival.
Adelaide Festival Co-Artistic Directors Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield have been honoured with the Arts Leadership Award.
While spending time in iso, Guy Noble realises he’s not very good at doing nothing – but says it’s worth every minute to be conducting a live concert.
Das Rheingold will open at Melbourne's newly renovated Regent Theatre in February, with the Cycle culminating in 2023.
Originally scheduled for 2020, Impermanence, created to a new score by Bryce Dessner, will premiere, while the acclaimed ab [intra] will return.
From the wild ride of Anna Clyne's Stride to a bristling Grosse Fuge, the ACO reminds us of what we've been missing with the concert halls closed.
The entirely WA program takes the river as its theme and includes a range of new work, with a strong Noongar component.
The ACO’s hybrid live and digital offerings include world premieres by Thomas Adès and Holly Harrison, along with collaborations with Belvoir and a brand new cinematic work, River.
Australian-based and international soloists feature in a series that includes the return of Circa, with each concert also going digital.
From a park bench in Sydney’s Green Park to Gunaikurnai country in the Victorian Alps, from Singapore to outer space, Griffin’s new season crosses worlds.
New AD Alan Cumming presents a taster of his full line-up (to be announced next March), with his own new cabaret show closing the festival.
This farce, set over Christmas lunch, is written with an unusual twist, but the humour largely fails to land.
Deborah Cheetham has composed a new carol for ABC Classic, which Australians are invited to record together. Russell Torrance talks to Limelight about the project and how he can't hear the music without crying.