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The full Sydney Symphony Orchestra in concert, as viewed from the dress circle of a concert hall.

Transforming pain into passion: the inspiring power of great music

Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s May and June concerts feature an inspiring mix of works as well as fascinating fusions of classical…

Parrtjima 2023. Photo: Lisa Hatz. People gathering at the Parrtjima festival with kids and an adult at the centre of a vibrnat light project, surrounded by trees and the natural landscape.

Parrtjima 2024 builds on generosity and embraces new chapter

Apart from signature light installations and curated artworks, Parrtjima will drive its future with a sense of interconnected and cultural…


Celebrating the joy of singing in the heart of winter

From professional singers to passionate amateurs, Tasmania’s Festival of Voices celebrates the human voice in all its forms.


Nurturing tomorrow's classical musicians through tailored training

The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) offers a unique Performance Program for young musicians, designed to foster brilliant, sustainable…


How an arts education helps grow mentally healthy children

Opening your own Stagecoach Performing Arts franchise can grow opportunities for young people and help them build the skills they…


How your performing arts skills can equip you for a new career

Becoming a Stagecoach franchisee won’t just provide you with a rewarding new job: it will utilise your arts skills for…

A six-piece band play onstage with their frontwoman front and centre.

Experience the unmissable Adelaide Fringe

Tickets are now on sale for more than 1200 shows from around Australia and the world at this year’s Adelaide…


History is calling from the heart of the Red Centre

Parrtjima 2023 takes its cue from the Statement from the Heart, returning with a visual feast that thrives on deeper…


What future-proofing looks like in the performing arts

More than a revamped venue, Sutherland’s Pavilion Performing Arts Centre signals a commitment towards creative pathways that go from community…

William Barton smiles at the camera. He has shoulder length dark hair and brown eyes. His right hand rests on an ochre-painted didgeridoo and he wears a brown leather jacket over a black t-shirt.

Barton meets Beethoven in classical music’s greatest get-together

Didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton speaks about the importance of story and place when playing with Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

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