Australian Major Performing Arts Group
Malthouse Theatre is taking its award winning production of The Shadow King to London’s Barbican Centre in 2016.
Being a state theatre company is not just about playing the mainstage in the capital city. Black Swan State Theatre Company takes its role as the glue in the Western Australian arts community very seriously.
Musica Viva has launched FutureMakers, a two-year fellowship program for musicians which begins in September.
Lally Katz will make her screen debut at the Melbourne International Film Festival and on ABC Television as her successful one woman stage show Stories I Want to Tell You in Person, commissioned by Belvoir, is adapted for the screen this August.
The combination of Baroque music played on period instruments and live circus may seem unlikely, but that is indeed what is happening later this month, with a collaboration between the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and circus company Circa.
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.
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.