The “Colour Of Sound” theme gave young musicians an opportunity to play varied styles, tones and colours in the chosen music, mostly of Hungarian origin, says reviewer HELEN MUSA.
This well-attended concert was a welcome return for the Qwire and they fully deserved the appreciative audience response, says reviewer LEN POWER.
Artists Alison Jackson and Dan Lorimer of “Making: A Way Of life”, share a studio and a passion for quality jewellery, tableware and sculpture, says reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
Sixty finalist artworks for “Sculpture@Shaw” have been selected out of 153 entries from across the country, it was announced today (June 18).
Tuggeranong Arts Centre’s Fresh Funk program is showing a twisted remake of a classic story, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her arts round-up.
From celebrating the winter solstice at Dairy Road to the Canberra Symphony Orchestra's exploration of the elements, it's all in arts editor HELEN MUSA's arts round-up.
From "Kiss Me, Kate" at The Q to a guided walk with Tim the Yowie Man and the return of the StoryFest festival at the south coast, it's all in arts editor HELEN MUSA's arts round-up.
In “East Meets West”, Guy Noble will conduct a 50-piece orchestra comprising musicians from leading symphony orchestras, says arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly "Arts in the City" column.
When Elaine Crombie steps on stage at The Playhouse to perform in “The 7 Stages of Grieving”, there’ll be a strong element of déjà vu, but a clear look into the future, too.
This thoughtful exhibition is quite large, and many works provoke viewers to consider several issues society is currently grappling with, says reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
Cameron’s complex vocal arrangements are well executed by the accomplished cast with moments of spine-tingling dissonance, says reviewer SIMONE PENKETHMAN.
“Come From Away” is heart-warming entertainment in spades presented in an upmarket performance style that obviously resonated with the audience, says reviewer HELEN MUSA.
A mosaic of anecdotes depicts the trials, tribulations, failures and successes experienced by student and qualified nurses, doctors and surgeons, says reviewer PHILLIP MACKENZIE.
Despite a slight hitch, “Burden of Truth” was a concert of the highest quality, says reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
Founder of the Australian Dance Theatre, Elizabeth Cameron Dalman, says its new artistic director, Daniel Riley, is "a wonderful performer, a talented choreographer and already has a great vision for the company".
What's on in Canberra's arts scene? Arts editor HELEN MUSA reveals it all in her latest artday column.
“Grace Under Pressure” is a compendium of stories and recollections that highlight the work conditions, stress and culture of humiliation within the hospital environment in Australia.
NMA director Mathew Trinca urged the crowd at the Reconciliation Week concert on Saturday morning (June 5) to engage with the Ngunnawal language.
From jazz at Smiths, a cabaret-style speakeasy for Lakespeare's “Songs and Sonnets", and new exhibitions at PhotoAccess and M16 Artspace, here's arts editor HELEN MUSA's round-up.
The rapport between Lorina Gore and her accompanist Alan Hicks was obvious as they seemingly breathed together, says reviewer BILL STEPHENS.