The Australian composer discusses his new oratorio Watershed: The Death of Dr Duncan, which premieres at the Adelaide Festival.
Over the Easter weekend in April, Bermagui will host some of Australia’s finest musicians from Pinchgut Opera to the Acacia Quartet.
Ahead of Haydn’s Solar Poetics, their three-concerts-in-a-day extravaganza, Australian Haydn Ensemble artistic director Skye McIntosh talks about the year ahead - AHE's 10th.
This month's features explore electric instruments in classical music, and women and sexual violence in opera. We also interview Paavali Jumppanen, Artistic Director of ANAM, and explore Halévy's grand opera La Juive.
Immersing audiences in the history of Sydney Harbour, with music specially created for each site, this show is everything you could want from a festival celebrating its city.
The $43 million fund will support festivals impacted by public health orders.
Adelaide Festival has announced Kath M Mainland as Chief Executive, while in December Lou Oppenheim was appointed as Executive Director of Sydney Dance Company.
David Kirk says an independent review will examine processes; but won't reveal who or when, while Benjamin Law resigns from the Sydney Festival board.
An open letter by 120 artists and entertainment professionals arguing against the boycott was released today, following other responses in support of Sydney Festival.
Organisers of the Sydney Festival boycott explain why they took this action, and talk about the philosophy behind the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
More artists and performers are withdrawing from Sydney Festival as part of a boycott protesting the festival receiving funding from the Israeli embassy.
Arts events planned for January face an uncertain Christmas with NSW reporting record COVID case numbers.
What have our festivals programmed this year?