The breadth of the finalists for this year's Art Music Awards are a testament to the strength and resilience of Australia’s artists, despite the past year of cancellations and uncertainty due to COVID-19.
Artists from Victoria’s arts community have created a social media campaign called Performance of a Lifetime, overseen by the MSO, encouraging the public to play their part and get vaccinated.
The Australian Festival of Chamber Music, the OA Sydney winter season, and the Bangalow Music Festival are among the numerous cancellations as COVID restrictions remain in place in NSW and Victoria.
A compelling Cav & Pag, that unfortunately struggles against the inherent violence of the libretti.
Mozart’s glorious music wins the day in Opera Queensland's overly busy, contemporary interpretation of The Marriage of Figaro.
Applications for the 2022 Prelude Residency program are now open to composers of any genre at any stage of their career.
The stimulus package will provide much-needed support for performing arts organisations who have lost income as a result of Sydney's current COVID lockdown.
Marg Horwell tells us how her stunning design for Opera Queensland's new Marriage of Figaro has been directly influenced by the unpredictable nature of the last 18 months.
State Opera South Australia will perform The Turn of the Screw and The Barber of Seville in the remainder of its 2021 season.
Damiano Michieletto's new Tales of Hoffmann for Opera Australia is to be postponed to a future season due to the NSW Government’s extended stay-at-home orders in Sydney.
A veteran Handelian returns to Rodelinda with a vengeance.
Musicians and singers, who were rehearsing OA’s Otello, are now in self-isolation after a construction worker at Sydney Opera House tested positive for COVID-19.
Canberra-born soprano Chloe Lankshear, who performed alongside Taryn Fiebig in the Pinchgut Opera film A Delicate Fire, is Pinchgut's first Taryn Fiebig Scholar.