The genre-straddling day of music will bring world-class performers back to the Blue Mountains for the first time in two years.
Cautious optimism suggests the ravaged industry is making a comeback, but improved attendance is contingent on low transmission risk.
The music played by the Jeremy Rose Quartet is a highly sophisticated form of contemporary jazz, and the appreciative audience listened intently.
Trailblazing jazz musician Judy Bailey has received the 2022 Don Banks Award in recognition of her outstanding and sustained contribution to music in Australia.
Genevieve Lacey and Marshall McGuire won Best Independent Classical Album for Bower, while Hiatus Kaiyote took home Best Independent Jazz Album for Mood Valiant.
Fifteen experts from across Australia’s creative industries have been appointed to five panels that will identify key issues in safeguarding Australia’s arts sector and its vital role in the economy.
Rewarding excellence across a range of musical genres and categories, the awards return with an in-person ceremony next month.
This concert was a rare opportunity to hear three extraordinary Australian saxophonists at the top of their game, on one program.
Shostakovich’s jazzy side leads the field, with ear-ravishing Ravel, Carl Vine’s piano sonatas and Matthias Goerne’s collaboration with Daniil Trifonov in hot pursuit.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
Cameron Lam explores Australian music written for brass instruments, from tubas and trombones, to double bell trumpets and a 19-century ophicleide.
A new digital performance platform, Oh! Jazz, will host a curated collection of jazz performances from around the world.