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★★★★☆ This tribute to a seminal cinematic collaboration offers a thrilling homage to two great artists.
| Feb 06
★★★★½ Finely realised stagecraft, an ensemble on form and a story that invites all Australians to reflect.
| Feb 06
Millions of notes, thousands of hours of practice and just eight fingers and two thumbs! It ain't easy tinkling the ivories.
| Feb 05
Opera Australia's television experiment is a ratings hit, seen by almost double its annual stage audience.
| Feb 05
The ailing institution, which has suffered a string of issues in the past four years, will undergo a major review to ensure its future.
| Feb 05
MSO Associate Conductor Benjamin Northey shares why the Hitchcock-Herrmann partnership is cinema's finest.
| Feb 04
With Voyage to the Moon, Michael Gow has made something new out of something old along with the late, great Alan Curtis.
| Feb 03
The Brisbane saxophonist, one of Australia's brightest young performers, will be funded to do overseas research.
| Feb 03
The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art announces the artists featured in its latest exhibition
| Feb 03
A chat with the actor whose character sails up the Hawkesbury in Andrew Bovell's award-winning adaptation.
| Feb 03
The Brisbane Baroque founder speaks out over suggestions the new music festival is unwanted and plagiarised.
| Feb 02
The opera star will be joined by Australian soprano Siobhan Stagg on the three-date national tour in July.
| Feb 02
★★★☆☆ It may be a fun ride, but this adaptation of Hitchcock's perfect thriller is more a caricature than an homage.
| Feb 02
The 13-day festival will offer a range of immersive theatre events and other unique performance experiences across Melbourne
| Feb 02
Ahead of her Sydney concerts, the Broadway legend talks to Limelight about Cats, Carrie and her remarkable career.
| Feb 02
Adele says 'Hello' to Mozart's 'Lacrimosa' in this new cello-driven arrangement from The Piano Guys.
| Feb 01
Tasmania's award-winning winter festival announces 2016 dates and a quest to take on the international arts scene.
| Feb 01
Mary Anne Butler is the first playwright to have won Australia's most generous literary prize, with her play 'Broken'.
| Feb 01
The Slovakian tenor explains why he hates accordions, why Mozart is like a pit stop and why Pearlfishers isn't Brokeback Mountain.
| Feb 01
Adelaide-born dancer Julie Shanahan shares her experiences working with modern dance’s greatest icon, Pina Bausch.
| Jan 31

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