Women composers are wildly under-represented in Australian music across all genres but, as Rosalind Appleby discovers, a groundswell of change is gathering force.
Devenish took centre stage for 60 minutes, delivering complicated experimental music with poised artistry.
A concert that confirms Carl Vine's unerring ear for beauty.
Conductor Dan Ettinger and pianist Ingrid Fliter deliver a conservative program full of surprises.
A uniquely compelling, unforgettable coalescence of dance and installation.
Two refined ensembles demonstrate the beauty of English choral singing.
A well-shaped programme with pieces that spoke to each other across the centuries.
Amanda Muggleton delivers caustic humour, flying insults and real vulnerability as Maria Callas.
The premiere of Paul Stanhope's much-anticipated Trombone Concerto receives a warm response.
The Queen of Sheba's long-awaited Perth arrival doesn't disappoint.
Decibel blows the traditional concerto out of the water.
Brendan Hanson gives a tour de force performance in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
David Nixon's ballet captures the decadence of the 1920s to perfection.