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Celebrating 75 years of fine music making

As Queensland Symphony Orchestra marks its 75th birthday, we look back on the Orchestra’s rich history, and towards its future.

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Recent theatre audience trends: what’s drawing us in?

As theatre audiences return, their choices reveal some interesting new trends.

A woman hatches from a a giant egg, with some of the shell worn as a hat. She wears a quizzical expression and holds one hand up to gesture at her egg-hat.

How to make the most of a Fringe festival

Three Fringe festival veterans on why they love Fringe and their advice for newcomers.

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Exit Interview: Amy Barrett Lennard, PICA

A veteran arts leader signs off after 16 years in a career-defining role.


Street dance: from community to the stage

A diverse style propelled by the power of community and collaborations, here are three street dancers expanding its reach.


How a life at NIDA helped shape Australian talent

In his new memoir, An Eye for Talent: A Life at NIDA, former Director John Clark remembers the institution and…

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Lighting a FUSE in the youth arts sector

Lesley Graham summarises the themes and conversations at FUSE, the National Youth Performing Arts Summit, recently held in Sydney.

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The secret art of conducting

Conductors including Vanessa Scammell, Asher Fisch and Nicholas Braithwaite discuss their roles and their relationships with orchestras.


Can NFTs ‘do good’ for theatre?

Turns out one NFT community has a $10M funding pool, and here is how Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is making…

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Not paying royalties for session musos is damaging the music industry

Australia is one of a handful of developed economies that does not support the rights of performers to ongoing royalties,…

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