Why taking music out of the concert hall has been a key element in Lamorna Nightingale's programming for BackStage Music.
Experimental music festival Audible Edge is raising the stakes by exploring new possibilities from within its weird, warm-hearted community.
Eugene Ughetti discusses the changes he’s seen since founding Melbourne’s Speak Percussion 20 years ago, and their latest project Scream Star.
It is vital the classical music world embraces new music by First Nations artists, so we learn to respect and understand their music and culture.
A century since his birth, the music of Xenakis remains challenging, vital and bold.
There are 67 new pieces of Australian music in the world and you can hear them all in a festival at ANAM.
My most ambitious collaboration yet with visual artist Sal Cooper is an aural and visual excursion into the musical fugue.
Have COVID delays led to a more in-depth exploration of original ideas by contemporary music makers?
A series of up-close videos is an unexpected positive to emerge from the COVID crisis.
Belonging to a specific culture or genre can be great, but you can end up being stymied, without realising.
A community-driven work responding to the Barossa’s unusual history, and its hidden musical treasures, leads to Ntaria in Central Australia and Brandenburg in East Germany.
Many people are intimidated by new music because of a lifetime of sonic conditioning – a challenge Ensemble Offspring takes in its stride
A new opera about the Princes in the Tower concludes they were murdered – but not by Richard III.