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British violist smashes Guinness World Record for running the marathon dressed as a musical instrument.
| Oct 17
Kenneth Ransom stars in this national touring production by James Evans.
| Oct 16
The venue will be home to a dazzling array of Australian premieres, innovative dance works, and enthralling theatre.
| Oct 16
The cutting-edge US artist will discuss composing in a post-truth world and perform her work inspired by a military "blood chit".
| Oct 16
Ahead of his appearance with the Chinese National Symphony Orchestra, the violinist talks music, audiences, and beauty.
| Oct 16
★★★★½ Compelling world premiere delights and surprises.
| Oct 16
★★★★½ English star cellist gets Bach to the basics.
| Oct 16
A new work by Rafael Bonachela, plus a double bill featuring a world premiere by Antony Hamilton.
| Oct 16
Ahead of Madama Butterfly, the Mexican-born tenor shares why he's happy to be working here with Opera Australia.
| Oct 16
★★★★☆ This "pocket opera" is musically admirable but has yet to achieve its full potential.
| Oct 15
★★★½☆ Missy Higgins delivers the hit in a worthy Australian musical.
| Oct 15
★★★½☆ The two star tenors deliver together but truly soar when they sing solo.
| Oct 14
★★★★½ Life-affirming musicianship led by an esteemed British clarinettist and maestro.
| Oct 13
It's best in, best dressed in opera-wear as Opera Australia puts 2000 costumes on sale to the public for as little as $2 apiece.
| Oct 13
Christopher Latham looks at the French impressionist's paintings and experiences during the First World War.
| Oct 13
★★★★☆ The Swiss flautist brought a powerful energy to match that of the ACO.
| Oct 13
Dark comedies, new Australian plays and Moby Dick onstage make up an exciting new season.
| Oct 13
Quirky musical settings, arrangements of old favourites, and the inner workings of the opera singer are next year's highlights.
| Oct 13
Moody, paranoid and in later years creatively paralysed by depression, there was a dark side to Elgar that history tends to overlook.
| Oct 13
The Melbourne Festival’s AD explains that audiences in the city, and in Australia, inspire him to go further and harder.
| Oct 12

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