Rather than always expecting classical precision, it’s sometimes cool to be like Harrison Ford and make things up on the spot, says Guy Noble.
Instead of only celebrating people when they’re in a box, let’s regularly tell them we love them, says Guy Noble.
Why are Australian politicians so nervous about being seen to support the arts? asks Guy Noble.
You can’t ‘fake news’ your way out of a bad performance, which is why many musicians suffer the curse of perfectionism, says Guy Noble.
It’s time to come together, start going to concerts again, and help revitalise the arts says Guy Noble, who is so over You Know What that he refuses to name it.
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.
In a world where singing is dangerous, Guy Noble goes looking for his sense of humour and decides it’s time to move music outdoors.
Guy Noble has pondered tunnelling his way beneath borders to raise a baton interstate, as the Prime Minister’s optimistic “snapback” strategy snapped.
As Christmas looms, Guy Noble ponders life’s ebb and flow, long pauses, and whether there’s such a thing as music-time.
A newly downsized Guy Noble ponders the highs and lows of an extensive decluttering.
Guy Noble reflects on our astounding luck to live on a stable planet and the perspective that gazing at the universe brings.
Guy Noble explains why overcoming a fear of the musical unknown can lead to finding love in unexpected places.
Guy Noble explores the dark side of tourism, which he believes commodifies what should be valuable experiences.