Discover our 2021 Artists of the Year, learn about Simone Young's plans for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and explore the must-read books for music lovers this summer.
Our favourite books for music lovers to relish this summer.
She’s a literary icon but few know Henry Handel Richardson studied music in Leipzig and left a legacy of songs.
For Swafford’s Mozart, love was in the air, everywhere he looked.
Features this month include summer reads for music lovers, the Limelight Artists of the Year for 2021, the transformation Simone Young will bring to the SSO, and Henry Handel Richardson's love of music and her treasure trove of songs.
Renowned as passionate, fiercely intelligent, formidable yet warm and caring, leading arts administrator Chrissy Sharp has died at the age of 70.
Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts proposes post-COVID roadmap while reports reveal enormous impact of the pandemic.
In this month's features we talk to Barrie Kosky about The Golden Cockerel, run an extract by Leigh Sales from the book Well Hello, explore the role of music reviewers today, and examine the pleasures and perils of writing music for the screen.
Leigh Sales’ love of music overflows in this extract from the book Well Hello.
The extraordinary life and career of one of the world’s most important ballet dancers.
Violinist, composer and dancer Eric Avery is one of the nine artists who have been awarded a two-year fellowship to help develop their creative practice.
The 20 new appointments assess applications to Create NSW Arts and Cultural Funding Program and advise on strategic directions for the sector.
Features include the return of the opera Voss, the stage adaptation of Boy Swallows Universe, avoiding one-hit wonders in new Australian music, and a profile of Global Creatures' Carmen Pavlovic as Moulin Rouge! The Musical opens in Melbourne.