Renowned as passionate, fiercely intelligent, formidable yet warm and caring, leading arts administrator Chrissy Sharp has died at the age of 70.
Fiona Hulton will take the reins of Sydney Philharmonia Choirs from 29 November in time to announce the 2022 season.
The celebrated Brazilian pianist, whose career spanned more than 50 years, has died at his home in Rio de Janeiro, aged 77.
The Perth musician was a participant in WASO’s Emerging Conductors program, and will assist Principal Conductor Asher Fisch and other WASO guest conductors in 2022.
Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts proposes post-COVID roadmap while reports reveal enormous impact of the pandemic.
The chamber ensemble is looking for new wind quintets from young Australian composers, aged 18-35.
The coveted $25,000 grant has been awarded to the Australian mezzo-soprano through Melba Opera Trust by Dame Heather Begg’s estate.
Jessica Cottis's second season at the helm of CSO features international guests as well as 20 Australian compositions.
Amy Flannery and Leon Rodgers announced as the 2021 David Page Music Fellows, a program that offers First Nations composers culturally safe and collaborative mentorship.
The National Jazz Awards focusses on pianists this year, with 10 of the best performing in a series of free online concerts from 26 – 28 November.
David Hallberg’s first year as Artistic Director of The Australian Ballet has been challenging, to say the least, due to COVID, but he is full of passion and high expectations for 2022.
The violinist, conductor and teacher, former Artistic Director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra and concertmaster of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, died in Sydney at the age of 87.
The 2022 Adelaide Festival program from Joint Artistic Directors Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy features 71 events including nine world premieres and six Australian premieres.