There are a large number of musicals to look forward to this year, COVID permitting, from the well-known to the less familiar, with several new Australian musicals among them.
Cameron Lam explores music for two in this month's playlist of Australian art music.
Sydney Festival's Acoustic Life of Boatsheds is not just another concert but a real experience around Sydney Harbour that audiences will not forget.
As young artists embark on audition season, many will pay hundreds of dollars for the privilege of submitting their applications – and there's no guarantee they will actually be listened to.
When he was approached by Bob Dylan's people to pitch to use the singer-songwriter’s music to create a work, Irish playwright Conor McPherson knew it had to be set in Dylan's hometown during the Depression.
Violinist Charmian Gadd reflects on the forces that have shaped her life – chief among them the ABC.
Patricia Kopatchinskaya and Sol Gabetta talk about our Recording of the Month, the scarcity of repertoire for cello and violin, and rethinking what concert performances could be.
The popular ABC Classic broadcaster, musician, writer and teacher discusses his new book Whole Notes and its accompanying album.
Award-winning baritone Mariusz Kwiecień retired from performing in 2020 and is now Artistic Director at the Wrocław Opera. He explains how he's been attracting audiences in their thousands.
Lynden Barber surveys some of the top films in cinema over the holiday period.
Rachael Osborne, who teaches Ohad Naharin's Gaga method, and Sydney Dance Company AD Rafael Bonachela discuss Decadance, which SDC will perform at Sydney Festival in January.
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