Eleven cosmic vignettes, blending improvisation and notated performance, make for a gorgeous and lonely drift through space.
The genre-straddling day of music will bring world-class performers back to the Blue Mountains for the first time in two years.
Why has classical music been so slow to incorporate electric instruments?
The Metropolitan Orchestra’s 2022 season includes seven world premieres and two new children’s shows, as it continues to strive for accessibility and support for Australian artists.
Keyna Wilkins' new album features a collaboration with Ahwazi Arabic poet and artist Jalal Mahamede, who has been in detention for nine years and is currently held in Brisbane. She tells us how it came about.
The Recognition in Anthem Project proposes two new verses for Advance Australia Fair.
The breadth of the finalists for this year's Art Music Awards are a testament to the strength and resilience of Australia’s artists, despite the past year of cancellations and uncertainty due to COVID-19.
Second album from Australian space-obsessed quartet shows promise.
Don’t be scared; when musicians say there are no limits and embrace the adventure, they will feel free, says Keyna Wilkins.
Highlights this month include Sir Simon Rattle on Janáček’s Vixen, Paul Dean on his new “Symphony” for the Australian World Orchestra, Alan Cumming on Adelaide and ageing, and Amanda Harris on representation and cultural appropriation.
Saxophonist Matt Keegan charts his great-grandfather’s journey from Vienna to Australia in a soaring song cycle, surrounded by a suite of players at Mary’s Underground.
Cameron Lam spotlights the flute in his latest playlist of new Australian music.
No problems for Houston as moon gig lifts off.