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★★★★☆ Two Aussie expats give daring performance of Messiaen's love-death ritual.
| Apr 27
★★★½☆ A delightful small-scale production of the touching (if somewhat sentimental) Broadway musical.
| Apr 27
Graeme Murphy’s ‘Gum-Nutcracker’ celebrates the very history of ballet in Australia.
| Apr 27
The Latvian violinist shares her favourite recordings and her most embarrassing moment on stage.
| Apr 27
The Concertgebouw’s youngest concertmaster now heads both the New York and the Hong Kong Philharmonics.
| Apr 27
Opera Queensland is offering 2,500 specially discounted $25 tickets to the French grand opera.
| Apr 27
★★★★☆ Plenty of Aussies and next year's Sydney Gurnemanz in Vienna's latest Parsifal.
| Apr 26
Guido van Helten’s larger-then-life portraits are the flagship of an arts initiative that’s revitalising the town.
| Apr 26
Keen for his instrument to boldly go where no oud has gone before, Joseph Tawadros has looked to Egypt for his new concerto.
| Apr 26
Although the man tried to explain why he was practising while driving, the police remained unconvinced.
| Apr 26
Australia’s richest prize for young contemporary artists has announced the 21 artists who have made the finals.
| Apr 26
Currently playing Richard III in Melbourne, the Australian actor's new play about the Russian mystic is showing in Sydney.
| Apr 26
In his latest gaffe, the US President has trumpeted his friendship with the great tenor – who died in 2007.
| Apr 25
★★★½☆ Joanna Murray-Smith’s comedy-drama drops a bomb on comfortable coupled life.
| Apr 24
The Artistic Director of the Canberra International Music Festival describes the music born in the cauldrons of change.
| Apr 24
Steve Davislim's Tito will also be among the highlights to catch the ears of Aussie audiences.
| Apr 24
A school girl in the US, with no left hand, is giving the violin a red hot go after students built her a hot pink prosthetic arm.
| Apr 24
★★★★☆ A beautifully filmed live performance of a cherished ballet takes to cinema screens across Australia.
| Apr 24
He sometimes gets a rough ride in matters of musical craft but we underestimate the emotional eloquence of Bellini at our peril.
| Apr 24
★★★★☆ More pleasures as Goldners play Vasks and Dickson premieres Edwards.
| Apr 24

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