Hard border and quarantine delay Australian Chamber Orchestra’s WA return until May 2022
WA Opera’s Marriage of Figaro by Mozart at The Maj morphs into #MeToo
Duran Duran is back with a new album — the band’s 15th studio release — and some unlikely collaborations.
The nominees for this year’s ARIA awards have been released amid allegations of widespread bullying and intimidation by senior executives that are plaguing Australia’s recording industry.
Popular Australian artists including Kylie Minogue and Amy Shark, plus hip hop guru Genesis Owusu are among the 2021 Aria Award nominees.
One of the industries hardest hit by repeated lockdowns in Melbourne is set to stage a comeback - but there are strings attached.
Tommy Seah plays Bach, Beethoven, Liszt and Ravel at Grove Library for Cappuccino Concerts
The departure of Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins has triggered a wave of tears across the nation, including in the household of NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet.
Emma Watkins has explained why she’s quitting The Wiggles in an emotional video, even triggering a response from the Prime Minister.
Musica Viva and artistic director Paul Kildea bring back international tours to Perth Concert Hall in 2022
The first single from her long-awaited album 30 will be Easy on Me — a power ballad where she speaks in candid terms about a relationship ending.
Finneas O’Connell forces himself to look up on The Optimist
The Prime Minister has made a revelation about his playlist preferences that has polarised people online.
Paul McCartney has told the BBC that John Lennon ‘walked into a room one day and said, 'I am leaving The Beatles.'‘
Stars come under fire for ‘blackfishing’, used to come across as more racially ambiguous in order to be able to profit from the black culture, which can be just as offensive as ‘blackface’.
Australian String Quartet and Fiona Campbell present Margaret River Weekend of Music, November 5-7
After a COVID-ravaged year, Opera Australia is looking forward to a brighter 2022 season which includes a number of outdoor performances.
The British superstar is marking her return to the spotlight with her new album and a magazine first, appearing on the covers of both UK and US Vogue, with her most revealing interviews yet.
After a Covid rollercoaster of cancelled gigs, Perth band San Cisco are raring to perform to a massive Telethon audience.
WA Opera premieres Noongar saga Koolbardi wer Wardong, by Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse, at His Majesty’s Theatre
After more than three decades of living in the United Kingdom, Minogue will once again call Australia home.
Maddy and Jess Larkman have a way with music creating heavenly harmonies that are getting air-time across the country.
Billie Eilish fans will be happier than ever today, thanks to the news the 19-year-old pop phenomenon has unveiled Australian arena dates for next year.
Kylie Minogue is moving from the UK back to Australia and says she can't believe the public reaction in Britain.
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