Podcasts for learning, reflecting and processing – brought to you by a semi-regional lifestyle with long commutes. Amy Thunig is a Gamilaroi yinarr (woman), academic, writer and All About Women 2022 speaker.
Vivid LIVE Curator Ben Marshall has put together a Love List of tunes from this year's festival – 42 tracks from across the epic line up. Get taken on an exciting safari of soul-stirring sounds from across the country and abroad.
To celebrate the release of Fragments, we asked the electronic wizard to put together a playlist. Aptly, as the backing track for many an Australian summer adventure, he chose the theme of road trips. Buckle up and enjoy.
"One of my favourite places to listen to music is in the cinema, wrapped in darkness..." Captivating local talent Liz Martin has curated a playlist of songs featured in films by Pedro Almodóvar, her favourite filmmaker.
Ahead of her set for our new digital music series Liminal, Ninajirachi has curated a playlist of perseverance and imagination: “new and old(er) music that made me feel nice while i was stuck inside and soundtracked the creation of a dragon painting on a cloudy day.”
It takes a special sort of playlist to work in Henryk Górecki, Deftones and Queen and still make perfect sense... This is a listening experience like none other, courtesy of Daniel Stricker and the team from DeepFaith.
Imagining a world of creativity and culture beyond the confines of colonialism, game-changing MC and poet Sampa The Great has put together a playlist for An Afro Future ahead of her exclusive performance at Vivid LIVE 2021.
Sydney Chamber Opera's Artistic Director Jack Symonds introduces us to the chamber opera genre and beyond, in this playlist featuring key repertoire and some of the company's favourite works to perform.
Godriguez – the guitarist and frontman of Sydney’s own psychedelic jazz explorers GODTET – compiled this playlist following the band's cosmic reimagining of John Coltrane's 'Giant Steps' on the Digital Stage.
To celebrate Cosmo's Midnight's recent live show and the return of live music at the Opera House, Sydney’s electropop heroes pick their favourite tracks from all the artists they've seen perform in our venues in the past.
A long-time close collaborator with Bangarra Dance Theatre, Steve Francis has a keen ear for music that is ripe for narrative - scores, soundtracks and compositions that tell stories, that preserve history, that move us.