MRC has announced composer and performer Mindy Meng Wang and conductor and instrumentalist Erin Helyard as Artists in Residence for 2022.
Tibet and Queensland unite in beautiful display of musical and cultural unity.
Joseph Tawadros recalls how he got hooked on the oud, and how the instrument – and the teaching of it – is evolving as it becomes more accepted into orchestras around the world.
The second part of the MRC’s season, running from April to June, includes performances by Amadou and Mariam, Julia Jacklin, Mindy Meng Wang and Flinders Quartet.
Running over four days in March, WOMADelaide's 30th iteration is a largely Australian affair, with a few international guests that underscore the diversity of the lineup.
In a streamlined, livestreamed ceremony, some of Limelight's favourite artists took home trophies.
ABC Classic dominates the Classical category once again, while Earshift Music receives three nominations in Jazz and World Music.
Penny Lomax and Maureen Cooney, founders of ABC's The Music Show, will receive the award for Distinguished Services to Australian Music at the 2021 Art Music Awards.
Co-Artistic Director Chris Howlett discusses how MDCH is spreading its embrace to more genres than ever.
Applications for the 2022 Prelude Residency program are now open to composers of any genre at any stage of their career.
Iranian-Australian tar player and composer Hamed Sadeghi fell in love with his instrument after hearing it on the radio aged 13. Now based in Sydney, he fuses traditional Persian music and jazz with his quintet Eishan Ensemble.
The Balkan superstar, known for his infectious, gypsy-inspired songs, and his message of peace, is about to perform some old and new songs in Australia.
Working with musicians like the Kronos Quartet and Lou Harrison, Wu Man changed the image of the pipa worldwide. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in