Australian Major Performing Arts Group
Today Opera Queensland has launched the second half of its 2015 season, kicking off with Candide for which it has released 1200 tickets for $25.
Limelight magazine has announced its ten best women conductors worldwide—a list that includes the Australian Ballet’s Music Director and Chief Conductor, Nicolette Fraillon.
Sydney Theatre Company’s Waiting For Godot has opened in London to great acclaim.
The SSO represented Australia at Beijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts' (NCPA) annual May festival of chamber music.
Queensland Theatre Company (QTC) and Sibelco Australia received the 2015 Premier’s Reconciliation Award at a ceremony in Brisbane during National Reconciliation Week.
Mozart gets a minor makeover as AdYO and State Opera SA make passionate music together.
Actor and writer Katie Beckett (Kill the Messenger, Coranderrk) has been announced as the winner of The Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Playwright’s Award 2015
Musica Viva have launched The Musica Viva Storybook website, an ongoing resource that has been curated to celebrate the company’s 70th anniversary.
This month the co-production between Albury Wodonga’s Hothouse Theatre and the State Theatre Company of South Australia of This Is Where We Live hits the road in South Australia.
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.
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.