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.
The 30th Anniversary WOMADelaide will be led by legendary Australian musicians Paul Kelly and Courtney Barnett, and feature Emma Donovan, Eishan Ensemble, Dancenorth, Restless Dance Theatre and Balkan Ethno Orchestra.
The 2022 Adelaide Festival program from Joint Artistic Directors Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy features 71 events including nine world premieres and six Australian premieres.
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.
An absorbing performance by a unique musical innovator.
With international borders still closed, the festival is celebrating the diversity of the local scene in its tenth year.
Queensland's La Boite Theatre launches its 97th season of eclectic theatre with an adaptation of a classic, two contemporary stories, one of which is brand new, and a musical.
The community engagement project puts the lived experience of many different South Australian communities into music, following the devastating fires and then floods of 2019/2020.
The pandemic has exposed rifts between arts organisations and freelance musicians. We need to recast the relationship for everyone to thrive.
A pleasant sunset cruise with a pop-up performance, an art installation and a soundscape were each enjoyable in their own right but there was little transition between them.
Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, Generations in Jazz festival, and a new musical inspired by the TV series Round the Twist are among the latest round of RISE funding recipients.
On the streets of suburban Brisbane this month, audiences will see ballet performances and classes, be enrapt in chamber music and listen to an array of sopranos as part of Brisbane Festival.
With international borders still closed, MIJF 2021 will showcase the very best of Australian jazz – including Paul Grabowsky as the festival's very first Artist in Residence.