The National Association for the Visual Arts, Music NSW, the Arts Party and Regional Conservatoriums have weighed in on Saturday’s election.
With the NSW government and opposition both voicing their support for the venue's reopening, we speak to Trafalger's Tim McFarlane about what happens next.
Soprano and cornetto mingle in this rarely glimpsed musical world.
Why limit the ‘Mozart effect’ to children when we could be using it on cheddar?
Award-winning Chinese baritone and President of the Shanghai Conservatory Changyong Liao tells us about the 'Shakespeare of the East' ahead of performances in Sydney and Melbourne.
The violinist, who took out the ABC Young Performer of the Year Award last year, is the only Australian selected to compete in the competition in Belgium.
Italian violinist Lorenza Borrani delivers a fiery, otherworldly concert with the ACO.
Kate Mulvany is brilliant in this raw but heartfelt, life-affirming show.
In his new book, retired British surgeon Jonathan Noble investigates the myths and misdiagnoses that plague the great composers. He tells us about the historians and critics who got it wrong, and why some “kindly quacks” deserve to be let off the hook.
Founding conductor Harry Christophers discusses the concert, spanning 500 years of British choral music, which the celebrated choir is about to perform in Australia.
Asher Fisch paints vivid musical landscapes in the SSO's Scottish concert.
Eight talented young musicians will take part in the ACO's prestigious mentoring program.
Opera Australia stars including soprano Lorina Gore and tenor Diego Torre will perform a sunset concert of opera highlights in November.