A highly-anticipated ACT premiere and a variety of classical and modern works make for a jam-packed 2024 festival.
The Kalkadunga composer and musician has been recognised for his profound contributions to Australian music. He talks about what it means to him.
Ensemble Offspring, the Melbourne and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras and Donny Benét are among this year's classical and jazz nominees.
The pianist talks about her upcoming collaboration with composer Robert Davidson, a work weaving in the voices of pioneering women.
William Barton explains what drew him to the instrument, and how performing in classical concerts helps encourage reconciliation.
William Barton discusses connection to Country in music, while Dr Anita Collins highlights the revolutionary power of musical education. We share a full transcript of their two speeches.
Forging his own unique sound, didgeridoo virtuoso and composer William Barton has introduced a refreshing new voice to Australian classical music.
Didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton discusses his world premiere for Queensland Symphony Orchestra and his performances at Illuminate Adelaide and the Australian Festival of Chamber Music.
What can a grand old European city tell us about life in Australia today? Roland Peelman chats with Julian Day about how new music and First Nations musicians play an essential role in this year’s Vienna-themed Canberra International Music Festival.