Artistic Director, Australian-Swiss flautist Bridget Bolliger, discusses the program for this year's Sydney Chamber Music Festival after two years of uncertainty.
The Festival celebrates Australia's emerging and eminent female-led jazz with an exciting new program and some heavyweight headliners.
Robert Carsen's new Aida and Simone Young conducting Salome are just two of the highlights.
The six month-long program features a generous collection of Australian and international artists, 17 premieres of new works and a broad variety of genres.
The second half of the year features chamber performances from Helena Rathbone, Alexandra Flood, Jonathan Biss and Rahim AlHaj among others.
Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan discusses the 2022 Adelaide Guitar Festival, and how the guitar attracts everyone from Julian Bream to Spinal Tap.
This year's program features 10 concerts across three days in the beautiful border town.
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.
The second Sunshine Coast Chamber Music Festival will feature performances from the Orava and Acacia quartets, Deline Briscoe and Chris Williams.
The first announcement of shows includes an opening night tribute to Gurrumul and performances by Darwin Symphony Orchestra, NT Dance Company and The Australian Ballet.
Backstage Music returns for a 2022-23 concert series, showcasing diverse talents across various genres and styles.
The Women's Club will again play host to emerging female musicians from the Sydney Conservatorium, showcasing Australian artists.
After its huge success last year, Opera Queensland's ten-day outback Festival returns. We talk to the festival organisers and headline performer Greta Bradman.