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The Australian Festival of Chamber Music has announced a three-day online festival, Festival Prelude, from 7-9 August, to keep the chamber music flowing.
QSO’s Principal Double Bass, Phoebe Russell, has taken her teaching to a global scale. Phoebe has been presenting double bass masterclasses via Zoom, for more than 200 participants from all over the world.
Brisbane Baroque Players will return to the stage for a special socially-distanced concert on Sunday 12 July, featuring works by Georg Philipp Telemann.
How are arts companies enduring their prolonged closures and performances restrictions? We asked Patrick Nolan to fill us in.
Looking for some magical performances to keep the kids entertained these holidays? Opera Queensland’s Hansel and Gretel has you covered.
For emerging composers in this fragile music industry, innovative quintet Topology have announced their Launchpad mentorship program for 2020.
Congratulations to Brisbane writer Steve Pirie, winner of The Queensland Premier’s Drama Award 2021-21, for his work Return to Dirt.
Home of the Arts, HOTA, has announced its Fireside program, featuring locally flavoured live performances over four weekends in July.
The third Brisbane Music Festival, curated by pianist Alex Raineri, will be presented in 2020 as an entirely digital series.
From presenting digital studio concerts, to performing on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, percussionist Claire Edwardes has been keeping her beat.
Innovative indie quintet Topology have announced their 16th album, We Will Rise, will be an anthem of resilience.