Yuwaalaraay composer and storyteller Nardi Simpson reflects on her recent tour of Europe with Ensemble Offspring.
Associate Director Nhlanhla Mahlangu and composer Kyle Shepherd discuss William Kentridge’s Olivier Award-winning Waiting for the Sibyl ahead of its Australian premiere.
Curator Jonathan Wilson explains his ideas for Volume, a new festival at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Sound artist Daniel Portelli explains how an art music/video essay about our relationship with mangroves is a form of forest therapy.
Samantha Wolf explains how bonding with reality TV during the pandemic inspired her new piece for Ensemble Offspring.
KLASSIK underground founder Tahlia Petrosian believes that a broader approach to classical music sows the seeds for a thriving future.
Avant-garde multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Skepper talks about his desire to bring science and technology into his art practice.
Elliott Gyger explains why each movement of his new viola solo Solitaire follows a strict set of rules.
Percussionist Louise Devenish explains how oystershell and underwater video feature in a project exploring the history of Australian rivers.
Percussive artist Matthias Schack-Arnott talks about opening up John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes with his three-dimensional musical approach.
Linda May Han Oh’s Ephemeral Echoes explores the nature of transience and time, and brings the composer home to Perth for its world premiere.
Katie Yap, the 2022 Freedman Classical Fellow, tells us about the project she is undertaking as a result of her win.
ACO Underground now has its own band, whose genre-bending gigs include everything from their own punk tunes to Nick Drake and Bach.