Iain Grandage delivers his final Perth Festival as Artistic Director, one set to warm hearts and minds.
A prolific writer and musician, Donato was a restless talent and a vibrant artistic force to the end.
Poised to tour Australia once more, flamenco guitarist Paco Peña never stays still for long. But neither, he explains, does the art of flamenco itself.
Reeling from the noise and a death-defying road trip, Guy Noble was surprisingly touched by a performance of Rajasthani desert music in Jodhpur.
In My Gypsy Soul, a stellar quartet whips up a storm of fiery passion amid the ornate splendour of Sydney's Great Synagogue.
A key voice of the Irish folk band The Chieftains, Seán Keane was one of the music's most revered figures.
Illuminate Adelaide celebrates the underground in a program ranging from Yothu Yindi to Iannis Xenakis, Béla Bartók to bbymutha.
A truly living music and the closest you can get to hearing the late Astor Piazzolla himself.
An unforgettable Utzon Room showcase from Vieux Farka Touré, “the Hendrix of the Sahara”.
WOMADelaide reasserts its claim to a place on the top shelf of international music festivals with a program of award-winners, exciting debuts and cherished legends.
Leading lights of Scandinavian music join Australia's The Marais Project for a first-time exploration of Nordic Baroque.
With music performed by Elena Kats-Chernin, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs and Taiko drummers, choreographer Paulina Quinteros has fashioned a genre-defying display that deserves more than one viewing.
The Artistic Director of Taikoz and Percussion Australia, Ian Cleworth, explains how Taikoz has a set of taiko drums custom-made by the venerated Asano family – who keep the secret to the Asano sound shrouded in mystery.