World-renowned pianist refuses the Cremona Music Award for being previously given to arts blogger Norman Lebrecht.
The new Arts Minister pledges to hear artists’ concerns, but still stays true to much of Brandis’ vision.
CutCommon announces a new, fee-free service aimed at promoting the distribution of new music.
The Germany-based Australian oboist will take the reins of the prestigious institution from 2016.
The innovative clarinetist and composer will receive a $15,000 bursary to develop a “career-enhancing creative project.”
In an ABC Radio National interview Senator Fifield confirmed he would not overturn the hugely unpopular funding reforms.
Plans to extend the Australian National Academy of Music’s lease of South Melbourne Town Hall meets opposition.
Shakespeare, Gershwin and Little Red deliver a season that “shimmers with stardust”.
Tortured genius Vaslav Nijinsky is honoured in the company’s flagship production of next year’s season.
MTC Associate and former Griffin head will take over as AD from November.
The panned Australian musical will have a major rewrite, but retains its award-winning production design.
American Julie Adams and New Zealander Isabella Moore triumph in an impressive night of opera.
Mitch Fifield picks up the cultural portfolio as Malcolm Turnbull listens to the arts community.