New York, New York: Joanna Wallfisch

December 30, 2015

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   Joanna Wallfisch was born to a family of classical musicians. Her father was a cellist, older brother an opera singer and […]

Top 5 Music Theatre Songs of All Time

December 22, 2015

BY MICHAEL HAMMELMANN   Since the beginning of the theatrical endeavours of the stage, musicals have grown in popularity and success. They are able to […]

Music + Dance: A Diary

December 22, 2015

BY LEAH BLANKENDAAL     Over two weeks, four young choreographers and five sound designers gathered in the West Australian State Theatre Centre. Guided by […]

Rising Star: Toby Thatcher

December 21, 2015

BY BEN NIELSEN   Toby Thatcher is not the sort of person to sit and wait for opportunities to fall into his lap. He founded […]

The Sound of Snowflakes

December 20, 2015

BY BENJAMIN MARTIN   It is said that Bartok had a special fondness for fir cones and sunflowers. Given their degree of logarithmic elegance, my […]

HIPsters and the Sydney Baroque Music Festival

December 10, 2015

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   Meg Cohen is a self-proclaimed “HIPster”. Though, not the type you might think. Her interests lie in Historically Informed Performance (HIP), and […]

Composer Spotlight: Cameron Lam

December 10, 2015

Welcome to Composer Spotlight, our new interview series with emerging Australian composers.   As the founding Artistic Director of one of Sydney’s young new music […]

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