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The British violinist has appeared on the catwalk and as an ambassador for Dior, but his heart comes alive in the concert hall.
| Mar 25
★★★½☆ With plenty of colour and spectacle, lovers of Carmen's hits won't be disappointed.
| Mar 25
The renowned British choreographer and director talks about his stage adaption of William Golding's savage novel.
| Mar 24
Blush Opera among the young artists from Western Sydney to be given funding to undertake new projects.
| Mar 24
David Dawson attacks critics on Twitter, while dancers were the target of a vicious online rant, purportedly from his assistant.
| Mar 24
The conductor explains the allure of the German Romantics ahead of his performance with Sydney Chamber Choir.
| Mar 23
The American postmodernist who danced to silence and choreographed in car parks passes at 80.
| Mar 23
Teaming up with Cancer Research UK, the orchestra has reimagined the piece to highlight the importance of charity legacies.
| Mar 23
“It is beyond our comprehension,” say Gale Edwards, Julie Lynch and Brian Thomson that they aren't in charge of the remount.
| Mar 22
From the edge of dreams to the dread of the Doppelgänger, the composer conjures five fantasies for his trombone protagonist.
| Mar 22
The organisation’s Australian Composer List Project draws on input from artistic directors and curators from around the country.
| Mar 22
"Orchestral commissions more typically go to men," says the composer whose new work is inspired by Olive Pink’s Botanic Garden.
| Mar 22
The Finnish pianist's eighth Aussie tour sees him mixing Debussy and Sibelius with his old 'Appassionata' for Beethoven.
| Mar 21
★★★★☆ Queensland Ballet brings raw emotion to the Playhouse stage with this stunning triple bill.
| Mar 21
Growing up in Argentina, he joked about imitating women’s voices and studied bel canto because no-one taught countertenor.
| Mar 21
Newly commissioned works by Bakrnčev, Barton and Wolf will form the centre-piece of Maddilyn Goodwin’s interdisciplinary project.
| Mar 21
Caricatures of the two Australian actors join other showbiz luminaries on the walls of the famous New York restaurant.
| Mar 20
★★★★☆ AHE takes a sultry stroll through Boccherini's nocturnal goings on.
| Mar 20
Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy's debut programme has finished with the biggest takings in the Festival's history.
| Mar 20
Local musician Wil Thomas stumbled across a 16-year-old playing the dumped, battered but still functional piano.
| Mar 20

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