The imaginative capacity of human beings turning trash to dreams to make music is echoed in both The Possibility Project & OzHarvest, groundbreaking enterprises
Making marvellous memories for the audience at The Whitehouse Centre Melbourne on 16 September 2017 soprano Mirusia diva divine sang superb songs From the Heart
Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites at the National Gallery, London will display works by the men who blew the 19th century art world in England apart
The ABO with Jamie Hey on period cello and Bart Aerbeydt from Belgium on the natural horn, paid tribute to Haydn, Mozart + Friends in a superb symphony of sound
Artistic director Paul Dyer promises the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra 2018 season will be a banquet of Baroque music with drama joy and flair like no other!
Practice mindfulness the state of being conscious and aware a process that has been around for centuries, which can be a cerebral celebration for a smiling mind
MPavilion Australia’s leading architectural commission opens at Melbourne in Spring, offering citizens and visitors Free admission to a stunning array of events
Ali, the son of a respected Muslim cleric, who migrated to suburban Australia from Iraq, tries to live up to his father’s high expectations with chaotic results
Family friends fans and followers can rejoice in the knowing that Janet Seidel was an influence for all time on the evolution of music that matters in Australia
A flamenco-classical guitar fusion at the Melbourne International Guitar Festival (MIGF) 22-24 September will feature Gerard Mapstone and Richard Tedesco – Ole!
House of Dior Seventy Years of Haute Couture on show at the National Gallery of Victoria is a fashion coup, a glamorous presentation of sublime taste and style
This past week I caught up with three new movies at Palace Cinemas leading up to an explosion to take place in spring – Hampstead, Madame, and The Trip to Spain
Works from the estate of Australia’s greatest sculptor Robert Klippel (1920 – 2001) will be a focal point at Sydney Contemporary, Carriageworks, September 7-10
Mirusia is a singer for all seasons and performs From the Heart, the name of her album to be released in September 2017, in time for her concerts in Melbourne
A survey of works from the 1960s and 70s chosen by artist David Rankin to celebrate 50 years is on display at Charles Nodrum Gallery Melbourne until September 2
Artistic Director Neil Armfield and Australian composer Brett Dean’s production Hamlet will make its Australian debut 2 – 18 March at the Adelaide Festival 2018