"If the human voice is not a miracle, it’s bloody close," says Meg Bignell, whose new novel The Angry Women's Choir is released today. In this essay she discusses finding and using your authentic voice.
International acts return for the first time in two years, alongside 20 world premieres, with more than half of the 500-odd performances offered free of charge.
A cavalcade of stars, “muso a muso”, capture the unguarded moment.
Olivia Ansell's first Sydney Festival includes stunning installations, music in boatsheds and at The Cutaway in Bangaraoo, musicals, outdoor theatre, a strong dance component and more.
In 2022, Perth Festival celebrates the theme of Wardan (Ocean) across music, dance, theatre, visual arts, film and writing events.
The Adelaide composer speaks about her remarkable last two years, and forcing herself to make room for her own work.
Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, Generations in Jazz festival, and a new musical inspired by the TV series Round the Twist are among the latest round of RISE funding recipients.
Deborah Cheetham, Celia Craig, Elena Kats-Chernin, Genevieve Lacey and Katie Noonan are among the finalists announced for the Australian Women in Music Awards.
With international borders still closed, MIJF 2021 will showcase the very best of Australian jazz – including Paul Grabowsky as the festival's very first Artist in Residence.
Joseph Tawadros and Katie Noonan have taken home the Classical and Jazz trophies at the 2021 AIR Awards for their recent ABC albums.
Cameron Lam explores the string quartet in this month's playlist of Australian art music.
Artistic Director Alan Cumming unveils the full program for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, describing it as his personal "cabaret love letter" to Australia.
Hail to the sing for the Australian Vocal Ensemble’s glittering launch.