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Virtuoso composes virtual music for ‘Covid Time’

A track which is billed as the sound of COVID-19 and can be played virtually has been composed and recorded by musicians at The Australian National University.

Sollis greatly composed during COVID-19 disruption

Canberra composer Michael Sollis has created a new work with his wife, flautist Kiri Sollis, and the CSO, called The Hairyworm Hobble.

ANU School of Music connecting with Canberrans

The Australian National University’s School of Music has established a brand-new community advisory board, with a line-up of respected and diverse members to connect with Canberrans.

CSO gives the gift of Music and Memory

Musicians from the CSO are performing bi-weekly concerts for 10 residents of a local aged care home for pilot program titled Music and Memory.

Lack of reform to Canberra sound laws causes frustration

Peak body MusicACT have expressed their frustration with over 12 years of ACT Government inaction on reforming Canberra’s sound laws.

Where You Are Festival launched!

Where You Are Festival – It’s time to experience Canberra’s newest events, and there’s no better place than “where you are”. Canberra is well and truly on...

What’s on around Canberra in July

Now that restrictions are easing and the arts community is re-emerging from isolation, here’s a little taste of what’s on offer in the Canberra region July.

Food for thought: We Love Local Festival

Tallagandra Hill Winery are celebrating coming out of isolation with the We Love Local Festival, featuring a program of entertainment options.

Make Music Day sees Canberra musicians unite

Canberra musicians will perform from their footpaths, balconies and driveways for 20 minutes from 2pm on Sunday June 21 to mark international Make Music Day

Phoenix Collective innovate to keep 2020 season alive

On 7 June at 1pm The Phoenix Collective will release the first of their Digital Sessions: Different Trains, Reich, a film and performance presented online.

Local team keeps music Live in Ya Lounge

For punters and musicians you can’t beat the energy of a live gig, but Live in Ya Lounge founder Rob Cartwright has come very close with his new venture.

How music can help us cope with isolation

Couch choirs, balcony opera, quarantine playlists … in a short time, COVID-19 has prompted a chorus of musical responses to help us cope with isolation – and for good reason.