Australian Major Performing Arts Group
A play that was born in the Downstairs theatre at Belvoir and reshaped for Upstairs, is now a film, set to open the Sydney Film Festival on 3 June. Brendan Cowell’s quintessential Ruben Guthrie is on the move.
Fifteen students from across Victoria were announced as Melbourne Theatre Company’s 2015 Ambassadors.
Young Australia conductor, Nicholas Carter, has been appointed as Principal Conductor of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra from 2016—the first Australian to lead an Australian symphony orchestra in almost 30 years.
This month is a busy international time for dancers from the Queensland Ballet, with their sights set on the US and China.
Sydney Dance Company, supported by Arts NSW, has been invited to perform this year at one of Germany’s biggest cultural events, Movimentos Festival.
A new partnership between the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO), China Philharmonic Orchestra (CPO) and Australia China Business Council (Western Australia) was launched in Perth yesterday.
Australia’s arts events and activities have been found to be more popular with international tourists than our sporting activities, with 38 per cent of overseas visitors to Australia in 2013 doing at least one arts activity during their stay, as opposed to 6 per cent attending an organised sporting fixture.
13 year old Hee Soo Kim is the 2015 Winner of the English Family Prize for Young Instrumentalists.