After doing a double degree, Alexander Rodrigues had to choose between astrophysics and music. He settled on music and is now the Robert and Elizabeth Albert Conducting Fellow at The Australian Ballet.
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.
The Take Your Seats campaign encourages Australians to get vaccinated to support a safe return to cultural and creative venues and events.
This diverse quartet of works shows the depth and range of Queensland Ballet’s company and student ranks – some in surprising new ways.
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.
Li Cunxin signs on for another three years as AD, while the QB's 2022 season includes Sir Kenneth Macmillan's Manon and a world premiere at the opening of the company's new studio theatre.
Tapping into the tech-driven zeitgeist, Forgery takes audiences on a wild and wacky ride where human imagination one-ups AI.
At a time when the future of many ballet dancers is in doubt due to COVID, West Australian Ballet has made a bold investment by expanding the size of its company.
The David Page Music Fellowship provides early career Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander creatives with funds and culturally-sensitive collaboration.
Greg Horman's version, set in South Australia, is a ravishing visual spectacle and a great night out.
Dean Walsh makes a compelling case for marine protection.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
Six budding young dancers will spend a day with Queensland Ballet, while the winner will play a walk-on role in the QB production of The Nutcracker in December.