Composer Bruce Crossman and pianist Kane Chang discuss their piece Fragility and Sonorousness, which draws on the pair's diverse cultural heritage as well as their lived experiences in the Pacific region.
Percussionist Al Fane talks about '[sound is] A Body in Space', written with composer K. Travers Eira, which is centred on the human body and the physicality of percussion.
The Women's Club will again play host to emerging female musicians from the Sydney Conservatorium, showcasing Australian artists.
Composer Kate Tempany discusses her piece Honeyeater, written for trumpeter Nic Corkeron, which mourns the imminent loss of the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater bird.
Rousset shops on eBay and turns up more than just trinkets.
In the first of a five-part series, learn from the composer and performer about one of the pieces commissioned for The ANAM Set, one of the most ambitious commissioning projects in Australian history.
Big hART and Ngarra Burria have been recognised for their innovation, while several Australian artists including Genevieve Lacey will perform at the conference in Hannover.
Mitsuko Uchida returns with a masterful account of a piano masterpiece.
This wide-ranging program perfectly reflects Canberra Festival's overarching theme, even if one did have to work to see the links.
Granger’s debut showcases just what the modern harp can do.
New podcast features musical mavericks in conversation.
The experience of While You Sleep is total, inescapable. It is mesmerising, perplexing, captivating and frustrating, just like a dream.
Eleven composers have received $5,000 grants towards the commission of proposed works.