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There's a thriving, internationally recognised performance scene in Australia but it's barely reflected in the programming of major arts companies.
Robin Ticciati has taken up his baton with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and joined a wave of new conductors galvanising the world of classical music.
Dance mapping: a window on dance - the largest piece of research of its kind - offers a deep insight into the breadth and range of dance in England.
This report brings together the three elements of the research project on the major performing arts sector: the 2006 DArt question, the 2007 survey and the 2008 mini-summit.
Unlike much of the work in the field that concentrates on organization career development and knowledge management, this paper takes an industry sector perspective.
At OperaAustralia, they are calling it a "renewal process" but maybe it's a rebirth. Since Dr Ziggy Switkowski took over as OA chairman last year, the company has, in his words, "embarked on a process of engaging with the community" and is "seeking fresh perspectives".