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Dead white males and gay dancers: challenging stereotypes part two

If you think that classical music is all about dead white males, or that there’s something unmanly about male ballet…

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On the road: why you need to be strategic about touring

Whether venturing around the country or overseas, planning a long-term touring strategy needs careful consideration.

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The UNESCO City of Music without a concert hall

The lack of a purpose-built, acoustically engineered concert hall is hindering the artistic development of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

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Female composers forced to think small

On the eve of a new premiere, a leading female composer has spoken out about the disadvantages still faced by…

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ABC cuts hit a sweet note for classical sector

Plans for a new content development fund and a renewed focus on arts and the regions are positive signs say…

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Jazz losing time to capitalism's bebop

A great festival success deserves stability. Instead Wangaratta Jazz has lost both triennial funding and visionary leadership.

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Jazz festival seeks new director

An opportunity has arisen for a director to follow in the footsteps of Paul Grabowsky and Adrian Jackson.

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Why Australia still dances to an Irish tune

What impact have successive waves of Irish immigration had on Australian art and culture?

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Eddie Palmieri: Latin Jazz Septet

Afro-Cuban music lifts the roof at Hamer Hall.

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Why aren’t Australia’s female composers being heard?

New music by female composers is being sidelined in professional Australian concert programs.

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