STC issues apology for opening night solidarity protest by three members of the cast of The Seagull. Board members quit.
Fives, folk and Frankenstein! Ensemble Q delivers a three-concert mainstage program, an intimate series and a special performance in the West End.
Lerida Delbridge presents her first Hunters Hill Music Series, one that promises to be "inclusive and unifying".
Rebecca Lloyd-Jones to take the reins of Synergy Percussion in its 50th year of music-making.
Composers saluted, of course, but this series also doffs a hat to the historians, influences and networkers of the Baroque.
Rising star Ein Na, a 14-year-old violinist from Brisbane, has been awarded the prize presented by the MBS network.
Orange Chamber Music Festival offers a varied program of old gold, new gems and accomplished Australian performers.
AHE to tour five main-stage explorations of the music of Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart and some lesser-known contemporaries.
From Italian Baroque to new works and Rachmaninov from the comfort of a yoga mat, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs' 2024 is one of "contrast".
Brisbane writer Maxine Mellor wins her first Seaborn Award for a play she describes as "a return to joy".
Australasian Dance Collective and BlakDance program to host eight leading and emerging First Nations artists.
Ensemble Offspring are again the unrivalled champions of new Australian music in 2024, with 12 world premieres.
Southern Cross Soloists explore musical alchemy, the multi-cultures of the Mediterranean and the intoxicating sounds of the Belle Époque.