Young Writers’ Month is our annual celebration of emerging arts journalists in Australia. Our CutCommon Young Writer of the Year Competition feeds into our month, and both uncover new talent contributing to our shared creative community for years to come. Here, you can view content from previous Young Writers’ Months. The 2017 Young Writers’ Month will be held in August.

Album review: Gothic by Andrée Greenwell

August 14, 2017

BY MARLENE RADICE   Gothic By Andrée Greenwell Featuring Greenwell and various performers Album funded by the Australian Council for the Arts   With a […]

Live review: Soundstream Collective

August 13, 2017

BY RACHEL BRUERVILLE   Either Or Soundstream Collective Works by Cat Hope, Leah Blankendaal, Erkki Veltheim, Gerald Barry Elder Hall, 9 August   What’d you […]

No shame in beta-blocker use?

August 13, 2017

BY RACHEL BRUERVILLE   I used to start shaking before I went on stage. My palms would sweat and I’d feel sick to my stomach. […]

Con Fuoco: Charlotte Fetherston, viola

August 9, 2017

BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE   Welcome to Con Fuoco, CutCommon’s interview series with emerging musicians in Australia.   Charlotte Fetherston grew up in Auckland. She received […]

Work hard and you [won’t] make it

August 9, 2017

BY CHRISTOPHER HEALEY, COMPOSER   Our entire society might be said to be built on some fairly basic values. Most of our laws, for example, […]

Live review: Australian World Orchestra

August 9, 2017

BY MADELINE ROYCROFT   Australian World Orchestra Turangalîla-Symphonie by Messiaen Hamer Hall, 31 July   Messaien’s Turangalîla-Symphonie belongs to a special category of 20th Century repertoire […]

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