The inner Sydney venue to host an encore performance from Omega Ensemble, a new work by choreographer Melanie Lane and much more besides.
US stars including Hot 8 Brass Band, Nile Rodgers and Chaka Khan beef up a bill promising to hit harder than any MIJF program to date.
The Festival's 10th year is celebrated with a string of prolific Australian female writers across fiction, non-fiction, stage and screen.
A Grammy Award-winning headliner tops the bill for the 12th year of celebration of the rich and diverse contribution of women to jazz.
Nineteen world premieres and more than 1000 performances in a Brisbane Festival bill spotlighting local talents with national profiles.
Adelaide's UKARIA heralds the arrival of spring with a series of recitals by internationally regarded artists and leading lights in Australian music.
Soprano Alexandra Flood, composer Simon James Phillips and guitarists Ziggy and Miles among the newly announced acts at the ballot-ticketed Sydney venue.
Eighteen days brimming with music, art and dance, including performances by the Darwin Symphony Orchestra and Opera Australia.
The AWO recalls elite musicians from around the world and across the country for two performances of Mahler's Ninth Symphony.
From classical to contemporary, gospel to pop, this year's Festival of Voices traverses a rich choral landscape with Australian and international artists.
Illuminate Adelaide celebrates the underground in a program ranging from Yothu Yindi to Iannis Xenakis, Béla Bartók to bbymutha.
Old faves speak to the legacy of past Adelaide Cabaret Festivals while premieres point to its future as one of the world’s major cabaret showcases.
A ten-day festival of 56 concerts hosted in an intimate listening room designed specifically for the music played in it.