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The four members of the Australian String Quartet sit under a bridge holding their instruments.

Flexible thinking replaces old subscription models

The pandemic has forced new ways of thinking, including new approaches to subscriptions and seasons.

a live theatre show on stage with four performers inside a boxed set.

Safety first at festival time like no other

Insights from producers at Sydney Festival and Mona Foma reflect the fortitude required to stage works during Omicron.


Insurance plea from music sector during Omicron

Live music events are again being plunged into a series of cancellations, leaving many asking: where is the bottom line?


Dance review: Mirage, Campbelltown Arts Centre

Dance and music collude to conjure forth refractions of memories.


Music review: Mikelangelo & The Black Sea Gentlemen, Canberra Theatre Centre

A gloriously hilarious, musically astonishing and emotionally heart-punching memorial to the late David Branson.


Threatened birdsongs top the charts

As environmental concerns grow, creatives in the music industry are propelling a new path.


fortyfivedownstairs plans to stick around despite development woes

The multi-arts space is threatened by a neighbouring development but has no plans to call it quits.


New music hub will grow and strengthen sector

Music Market is the latest aspect of the Victorian Government’s $22 million Music Works initiative to come to fruition.


Theatre review: Jagged Little Pill, the Musical

The first Australian iteration for this international musical succeeds with 'shameless, winning earnestness'.


Theatre review: Scraps of Heaven

A tribute to Arnold Zable’s novel is brought vividly to life on stage.

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