Meaning of "performance"?

Could you please help me with the meaning of the word [color=red]“performance” in the following sentence:

Technology and innovation are growing new audiences for the arts, and advances in broadband technology are both building capacity in regional Australia and helping bring [color=red]performance and ideas to international audiences.

With “performance and ideas”, the writer is trying to encompass both sides of human endeavour, from innovative ideas (which are abstract), to the concrete expression of innovation (concrete = existing in a material or physical form; real or solid; not abstract).

Thanks very much for your answer!!!

Could you please be more specific?

I am wondering whether it means “any recognized accomplishment” or “achievement”?

[color=red]Could you please be more specific?

You are asking me to be specific…about what the writer is being judiciously(=having, showing, or done with good judgment or sense) ‘unspecific’ about!

[color=red]I am wondering whether it means “any recognized accomplishment” or “achievement”(=a thing done successfully, typically by effort, courage, or skill)?

All concrete manifestations are derived from ideas, which are abstract.

Since no one, no country really wants to promote their failures, only their successes - and “recognized achievements” are successes - then ‘performance’ refers to those, without bragging about them, or even stating as much outright: Australians don’t brag…and cut tall poppies down to size!