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Chamber Music Australia’s goal is to foster and celebrate the potential of talented, young, classical musicians and to invite new audiences to discover this profound artform.
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01 Sep 2014
A brief note to remember Bill Kerr, who died on Friday in WA.
Over 10 specialty arts conferences are slated for the period between September and December, so now’s the time to book and change
The film captures not a coming of age, but a lifting of the veil of innocence that shrouds girlhood notions of life and love.
A harrowing yet beautiful new play, Sugarland has the capacity and fierceness of spirit to start a conversation.
London and Los Angeles, with Manhattan and Berlin not far behind.
Sonically, there is a grandeur; coruscating synthesizers bespeak the decadent glamour of 1980s pop.
Jane Schoettle comes through with her faves from our part of the world at TIFF.
In his new exhibit Dark Desire, controversial artist Bill Henson finds illumination amid the shadows.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is reinterpreted as a fast-paced, postmodern performance in Bell Shakespeare’s production of The Dream.
The ABC sneaks up on Ten, which is defending itself with some reaasonbly enticing early evening movies.
Subtle infusions of humour in the choreography lift the mood of the piece, despite knowledge of impending doom.
Emotions soar, as does Fantail, as it proves a small yet surprising, poignant and perceptive slice of downbeat New Zealand life.
Instead of investing half their energy in keeping their sexuality a secret, out gay and lesbian performers can focus more fully on their craft.
An excellent show, full of sincerity and old fashioned agit-prop energy that would be well worth touring further afield.
31 Aug 2014
While his comments range from good to awesome, Kim Williams is arguably unaware of how much a talented all-rounder he is.
30 Aug 2014
A gutsy piece that reveals the toxicity bubbling beneath the glorified surface of some of the nation’s beloved sporting codes.
29 Aug 2014
When it comes to interpreting art, try lateral, not literal, thinking.
The humble cardboard will leave the fold and journey overseas with new award.
Melbourne lends fashion flair to ASEAN-Australia diplomacy as big brands and local talent join forces in an international runway extravaganza.
The internationally renowned musician and producer will be the keynote speaker at this year’s music industry conference.
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