Orchestra Collective rehearse and play Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony in one day at Churchlands
A handful of Manjimup artists are getting ready to showcase the evolution of their careers as a new exhibition hits the town next month.
Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale brings the Banksia Ensemble back to the stage, connecting musicians and momentous times
The state government has tipped another $170 million into Victoria's arts sector ahead of next week's Victorian budget.
Nicola Forrest is determined to continue working to empower the WA arts industry to define and support future generations of artists.
Fantasy, tragedy and passion at Perth Concert Hall with WA Symphony Orchestra, Harry Bennetts & Thaddeus Huang
Non-fungible tokens are making headlines worldwide, but what is this e-commerce innovation, how does it work, and what comes next?
Mendelssohn’s Old Testament epic Elijah immersive at UWA’s Winthrop Hall with WA Opera stars and Conservatorium of Music students.
Albany’s Orana Cinemas was a hub of excitement with a touch of Hollywood as actress Kate Walsh arrived in style to celebrate the opening of the inaugural CinefestOZ Albany film festival.
Cross-dressing and betrayal, great tunes and a plot twist – Diary of a Couch Diva is rooted in pandemic reality, with opera and musical theatre favourites
WA comedian Brodi Snook survived lockdown in London and quarantine in Perth, now she’s here to challenge and entertain her home crowd as part of Perth Comedy Festival
Visitors to the Art Gallery of WA will get a hint of what occupies the minds of the State’s budding visual artists as part of the Pulse Perspectives exhibition next week.
As we move further into the 21st century it is interesting to see how our habits are changing when it comes to listening to music.
Fascinated by people and the memories they hold close to their heart, Albany artist Jo Wassell has made it her mission to share these community stories that would otherwise go unheard.
Australian String Quartet and recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey in Perth as national tours restart
Pianist Konstantin Shamray back on tour with the Australian National Academy of Music Orchestra for Musica Viva
The West Australian Symphony Orchestra bracing to be pummelled by COVID-19 a year ago. But it has emerged from the health crisis as a prime contender for the world’s busiest orchestra.
David Cusworth & Danielle Le Messurier
Works by a group of Indigenous artists will be projected onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House for a night-time light show that explores ancient stories.
With the inaugural CinefestOZ Albany film festival just one week away, country creative Bec Bignell has opened up about her upcoming series Homespun set to make its world premiere in Albany.
An “out of the ordinary” musical will come alive on stage in Albany as the city’s local theatre crew gets ready to show the region their latest performance.
The Pemberton arts scene has been alive and thriving this month with a number of exhibitions and events displaying some of the region’s top artistic talent.
Couch Opera Live bounces back from Fringe lockdown at Camelot Theatre
The West Australian Ballet is set to get your blood pumping with its spine-tingling, award-winning performance of Dracula coming to Crown Theatre.
Western Australia's government has opted not to prosecute a mining company which allegedly destroyed a sacred Aboriginal heritage site in the Kimberley.
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