Theatre: Black Diggers

September 29, 2014

BY ANDREW MESSENGER   Black Diggers, by QTC at The Playhouse, QPAC, September 26.   Tim O’Brien, in his epic, crazed Vietnam War prose poem […]

Between Worlds: Nick Russoniello

September 29, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   When Nick Russoniello finishes a gig, he regularly receives the following compliment: “I didn’t realise a saxophone could sound like that.” […]

James Morrison: On Success

September 24, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   You don’t think of James Morrison as the sort of musician who would have started out busking for food. But that’s […]

Crossing Boundaries: Quintessential Doll

September 21, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   Brisbane composer Stephanie Linsdell (aka Quintessential Doll) isn’t afraid to cross musical boundaries. Despite her background in classical piano, the artist […]

Starting from Scratch: Note-Aurius

September 15, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   New kids on the block Note-Aurius are hitting up Tasmania with music by emerging and Australian composers. With a diverse line-up of winds, […]

A Look into Hell: James Paul

September 5, 2014

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   Based a the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts, electroacoustic ensemble the West Australian Laptop Orchestra (WALO) brings innovative new works […]

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