The Take Your Seats campaign encourages Australians to get vaccinated to support a safe return to cultural and creative venues and events.
The community engagement project puts the lived experience of many different South Australian communities into music, following the devastating fires and then floods of 2019/2020.
Zela Margossian, Bree van Reyk and Sia Ahmad will take part in a livestreamed panel discussion, instead of the traditional speech by an individual.
Violinist, composer and dancer Eric Avery is one of the nine artists who have been awarded a two-year fellowship to help develop their creative practice.
Highlights include the Australian premiere of La Juive, a new digital production of Il Trovatore, Olivier Py's staging of Lohengrin, as well as Maria Stuarda and Mefistofele in concert.
The musical Girl from the North Country, featuring around 20 songs by Bob Dylan, will open at Sydney's refurbished Theatre Royal in January.
Simone Young's first official program includes Fidelio in concert and Mahler Two, which celebrates a return to the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall in July.
QSO’s 75th year features classical favourites, works by 20 Australian composers including several world premieres, opera, film and musical theatre galas, and performances by international soloists.
A special staged reading of Tony Kushner’s Homebody/Kabul is taking place this weekend, to raise funds for on-the-ground charities in Afghanistan.
Anne Cawrse, Brenda Gifford and Anna Laverty have been awarded the residencies by the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Trust, giving them exclusive use of an historic house and a stipend to cover costs.
Opera Australia has announced that the 2022 Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour will be The Phantom of the Opera, while a new event called Opera on Cockatoo Island will begin with Carmen.
Brett Sheehy reveals his final season for MTC, which features 11 productions, six of them Australian and five from the UK and US, including the world premiere of an Australian boutique musical.
Perth International Jazz Festival will feature the very best of West Australian jazz across three days in Perth, followed by a special all-day event in Busselton.