The 29-year-old cellist plans to tour a program of Australian music for cello across the country – travelling by train.
John Davis and Genevieve Lacey reflect on the various incarnations of Australian art music's big night out.
We speak to Artistic Director Claire Edwardes about a quarter-century of new music, and celebrating a milestone birthday under unusual conditions.
Kathy Selby and friends turn a cancelled tour to their, and our, advantage.
The orchestra will be back in Adelaide Festival Centre’s Festival Theatre in September, as long-serving concertmaster Natsuko Yoshimoto bids the ASO farewell.
Michael Cassel, Benjamin Law, Trudy Dalgleish, Eddie Perfect, Simon Phillips and Ursula Yovich are among 11 industry leaders participating in the new arts mentorship program.
The ACO will perform a week-long season of socially distanced concerts at the Sydney venue in September, while the orchestra has reduced its administrative staff by eight positions due to the impact of COVID-19.
The Slovakian tenor discusses returning to the stage post-COVID, why singing Mozart is like servicing your car, his commitment to Slavic music, and his love for his dog Mia.
Creating the Future, a new survey conducted by the Australia Council, shows a growing number of people have been engaging with the arts and support arts funding.
Dr Mark Temple, indie-rock drummer turned lecturer in molecular biology, is celebrating International Strange Music Day with a unique composition derived from the SARS-CoV-2 RNA sequence
The company has told staff that it is selling its Alexandria warehouse and undertaking an organisational restructure, which will include redundancies.
Tickets have gone on sale for the Sydney season, which will open in June 2021. Producer Rodney Rigby explains why he feels optimistic about bringing the heartwarming musical back to Australian stages.
Artistic Director Brett Sheehy has described the decision as the “the dreaded conclusion to an incomprehensible year for MTC".