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Culture and live music to be reignited in regional Australia
Grant sought for Tanks music event
Greens announce experienced duo in bid to secure representation in both Houses of Federal Parliament
Second round of live music program opens
Big arts rescue packages and reform to NSW’s live music scene
Australian Children’s Music Foundation reaches geographically isolated children in NSW
Arts advocacy’s future, post AMPAG
Paper released on OzCo and Sydney Opera House creative learning program
Well targeted music playlists can help dementia sufferers
Report calls for urgent action to help live performance woes
Monash University to drop music theatre and musicology
There’s no time left not to do everything
Opera Australia at a crossroads
2020 Virtual Art Music Awards recognise luminaries
Parliamentary inquiry invites responses on Covid’s impact on arts
Music’s path to health and wellbeing during COVID
New report and book set agenda for music education’s future
Music: Count Us In counts down to Celebration Day
Dots+Loops find an innovative path through COVID-19
AMPAG to wind up in September
Australian Singing Competition staged from home
ISME World Conference set for Brisbane in 2022
Richard Gill School to commence in 2021
NSW bans choirs and group woodwind playing in public schools
Call out for music industry representatives
Funding to help Australian venues bring back music
Supporting venues to host live Australian music
Future shape of community festivals: Adelaide Fringe
Screen composers seek levy from streaming services
Shifting online: Australian Festival of Chamber Music
Cost of music degrees likely to increase in line with arts degrees
Safe practices in teaching musical instruments
Music Australia Announces Publication of Musicians & Addiction: Research and Recovery Stories
Classical Musicians Turn to Issuing Recordings During Shutdown
Many Safety Issues Before Orchestras Can Return to Concert Giving
AMEB sees spectacular rise in online usage
Australian Institute of Music Sees Online Teaching as a New Frontier
Jail Guitar Doors launches Australia
Making Music Work: How do Australian musicians create and sustain their careers?
International Music Industry: First In Last Out?
Remote Music Learning Comes Into Its Own For Primary Level and Upwards
Classical Sector Searches For Answers Under COVID-19
MCUI Announces New Partnership With Garrijimanha
Looking To Future In Tough Times: Song Company
Looking To Future In Tough Times: Ensemble Offspring
International Music Industry On Brink
Catching Up With 2014 MCUI Songwriter Angus Gill
Ensemble Offspring And Barrie Kosky Are Winners In Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards