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Remembering Richard Gill: A moving celebration of a colossus of culture

Remembering Richard Gill: A moving celebration of a colossus of culture

A who's who of Victoria's classical music elite have gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of conductor, educator and artistic leader Richard Gill.

  • by Maxim Boon

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Singer R. Kelly due in court on assault charges
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Singer R. Kelly due in court on assault charges

Grammy-winning R&B singer R. Kelly, who for years has faced allegations that he abused women and underage girls, is due in court in Chicago to hear charges that he sexually assaulted four people, including three teenagers.

Good atmosphere: Rüfüs Du Sol provide audible treat for Freo crowd
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Good atmosphere: Rüfüs Du Sol provide audible treat for Freo crowd

Fresh after adding some more words to their name and armed with a cache of bangers from their 2018 album Solace, Sydney trio Rüfüs Du Sol gave a masterclass in electronica.

  • by Hamish Hastie
Singer R. Kelly turns himself in to police after being charged with sexual abuse
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Singer R. Kelly turns himself in to police after being charged with sexual abuse

R&B star R. Kelly has been taken into custody after arriving at a Chicago police station on Friday night, hours after authorities announced multiple charges of aggravated sexual abuse.

Hitting the right note in music streaming
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Hitting the right note in music streaming

A proud late adopter finally enters the world of music streaming – and finds it surprisingly in tune with his groove.

  • by Alan Attwood
Music reviews: Julia Jacklin, Homeshake, Tiny Ruins, Rodopi Ensemble and more

Music reviews: Julia Jacklin, Homeshake, Tiny Ruins, Rodopi Ensemble and more

Rodopi Ensemble's Thraki, Martin Frawley's Undone at 31, Tiny Ruins' Olympic Girls, Julia Jacklin's Crushing, Casey Golden's Atlas and Homeshake's Helium.

  • by Barry Divola, Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen, John Shand, Barnaby Smith, Eugene Ulman and Simone Ziaziaris
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Peter Tork, Monkees' loveable bass player, dead at 77
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Peter Tork, Monkees' loveable bass player, dead at 77

Tork, with bandmate Micky Dolenz, last toured Australia for The Monkees' 50th anniversary in 2016.

Julia Jacklin returns after finding her quiet strength
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Julia Jacklin returns after finding her quiet strength

On top of releasing her new album, Julia Jacklin has a busy 2019 ahead.

  • by Craig Mathieson
Martin Frawley uses music to find his way back from difficult spell
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Martin Frawley uses music to find his way back from difficult spell

A year of regret and dissolution led to Martin Frawley's creative renewal.

  • by Craig Mathieson
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Baker Boy drops new single Cool As Hell and announces April tour dates.

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'Part of the problem': Offensive signs target Berejiklian at rally against live music regulations
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'Part of the problem': Offensive signs target Berejiklian at rally against live music regulations

A protest against NSW's live music regulations has been muddied by the appearance of offensive signs targeting the Premier.

  • by Jenny Noyes