Dame Quentin Bryce tells us about the music she chose to accompany William Robinson's symphonic paintings in the exhibition Lyrical Landscapes, which she curated for HOTA.
Gillian Wills has written for Limelight, Griffith Review, Australian Book Review, The Australian, Courier Mail, ArtsHub, The Strad (UK), CutCommon and Artist Profile. Her memoir Elvis and Me (Finch Publishing) was released in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the UK in 2016.
Articles by Gillian Wills
The Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition has been updated to reflect COVID and achieve greater relevance.
Sparkling ensemble playing in Schubert's irresistible quintet.
A string of crowd-pleasing snapshots proves a highly enjoyable evening.
Entertaining, heart-warming, friendly and fun, this year's Festival was a triumph.
Instrumental colour aplenty in this year's musical line-up.
Four worthy pianists joined the Queensland Symphony Orchestra in the finals of the competition in Brisbane.
Conductor Diego Matheuz provides confident leadership in this consistently entertaining concert.
Sergio Tiempo’s sensational performance of Rachmaninov’s third Piano Concerto is an unforgettable highlight.
This production certainly glitters visually, but all is not gold.
Stanley Dodds leads an inspired tour through a brilliantly orchestrated gem.
Alexander Prior and Sergio Tiempo deliver contrasts and extremes in an unforgettable concert.
A multi arts-presentation offering an entertaining close encounter of a cultural kind.