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42 ENTRIES Anna Goldsworthy is a writer and a pianist. Her most recent book is Melting Moments, and her most recent album is Trio Through Time. She is an associate professor at the Elder Conservatorium, and director of the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at the University of Adelaide.



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Detail of cover of Simon Tedeschi’s ‘Fugitive’

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Ghost notes: Simon Tedeschi’s ‘Fugitive’

A virtuoso memoir of music and trauma, and his experiences as a child prodigy, from the acclaimed Australian pianist

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

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The trials and transcendence of packing and unpacking in order to move house

Image of Gwyneth Jones in Tosca, 1982

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The glass curtain

Classical music’s problem with women

Detail from the cover of ‘The Precipice’

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What are the odds?: Toby Ord’s ‘The Precipice’

The Australian philosopher’s rational exploration of existential risk is bracing but ultimately hopeful

Image of Satu Vänskä, Australian Chamber Orchestra

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Fermata: Musical performance in lockdown

What becomes of the communion of classical musicians, composers and audiences during social isolation?

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He is risen!

Keeping mum about the Easter Bunny

Screen-free day

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Screen-free day

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Unfinished business: A short story

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Unfinished business: A short story

Can a young wartime couple pick up where they left off?

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Beyond imagination

Nobel Prize–winning journalist Svetlana Alexievich brings together an extraordinarily diverse group of Russian voices

Sweet dark purpose

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Sweet dark purpose

Scaling the IVF mountain in Julia Leigh’s ‘Avalanche’

Felled by grace

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Felled by grace

Helen Garner’s work collected in ‘Everywhere I Look’

Steven Avery

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The art of manipulation

True crime and entertainment in Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’

The lost art of listening

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The lost art of listening

Has classical music become irrelevant?

‘Dancing in the Dark’ by Karl Ove Knausgaard

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‘Dancing in the Dark’ by Karl Ove Knausgaard

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Seeing clearly

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Seeing clearly

‘Transparent’

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