The rescheduled lineup will run over a huge weekend in December, signalling the return of live music to the city’s long-empty stages.
With international borders still closed, the festival is celebrating the diversity of the local scene in its tenth year.
Perth International Jazz Festival will feature the very best of West Australian jazz across three days in Perth, followed by a special all-day event in Busselton.
Artistic Director Louise Bezzina hopes people will be able to come together "in a really bright, shimmery way, with a sense of celebration" at this year's Brisbane Festival.
State Opera South Australia will perform The Turn of the Screw and The Barber of Seville in the remainder of its 2021 season.
This year's Pop Up North Queensland has expanded to include four diverse regions, with events taking place in stunning locations including beaches, a cane field and a secret CBD location.
UKARIA's new season features performances from pianist Stephen Hough, horn player Katy Woolley, the Orava Quartet and The Australian Vocal Ensemble AVÉ among others.
The 2021 Utzon Music season at the Sydney Opera House features beloved classics by Beethoven and Clara Schumann as well as new works by First Nations artists.
The centrepiece of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's 2021 season, Part 2, is the ambitious, new Festival of Orchestra in November/December.
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's programming continues with larger-scale music-making and a mix of old and new.
Hamed Sadeghi and Steven Oliver discuss their performances in the latest UnWrapped program, which includes First Nations cabaret, contemporary dance, Iranian-influenced jazz, Irish-Danish folk and innovative digital performance.
Melbourne Guitar Quartet tells us about the importance of the Adelaide Guitar Festival, commissioning new work, their ‘Guitar Family’ instruments, and the time they built a log drum.
Belvoir programs an eclectic festival, the company's first repertory season featuring plays by Caryl Churchill and Alana Valentine, and a new panto by Virginia Gay to end the year in ridiculous, joyous fashion.