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★★★½☆ A timely courtroom drama wth the audience in the role of the jury.
| Sep 20
What would you do if your heartbeat sounded like Mars from Gustav Holst’s The Planets?
| Sep 20
★★★★½ Dean Bryant directs a stunningly inventive production of the Hayes' first Sondheim.
| Sep 20
The terms ‘new music’ and ‘contemporary classical music’ are now redundant. For John Davis, ‘art music’ is a better alternative.
| Sep 20
There's plenty of evidence to indicate engaging in the arts is beneficial to mental health, says Festival Director Jill Bennett.
| Sep 20
Adam Blanch has created a new ballet to Sculthorpe's Earth Cry, with inspiration too from Hitchcock's The Birds.
| Sep 19
Limelight Magazine is adding its voice to the other artists and arts organisations voting yes.
| Sep 19
★★★½☆ “Art destroys silence”: Shostakovich’s powerful condemnation of anti-Semitism is as relevant as ever.
| Sep 19
★★★★☆ Aussie Heldentenor and friends pull out the stops in Tait 25th anniversary concert.
| Sep 19
Andrey Lebedev also took the prize for his performance of the commissioned work at Germany's top music contest.
| Sep 19
Ahead of Sydney Chamber Choir's Dido & Aeneas, the conductor delves into the music of Purcell, Monteverdi and Gesualdo.
| Sep 18
★★★★☆ Old friends and new join together for an evening of fine music making.
| Sep 18
★★★★☆ A born entertainer thanks Streisand for the music and memories in an inimitable way.
| Sep 18
★★★★½ A wonderfully intimate offering from Richard Gill's ARCO Chamber Soloists.
| Sep 18
★★★★★ Gorgeous Gallic flair and something completely different.
| Sep 18
The Joan Sutherland & Richard Bonynge Foundation awards prizes to mezzo Bronwyn Douglass and soprano Katie Lowe.
| Sep 18
In an eclectic ARCO 2018 season, the period band will be exploring the idea that all music is connected and all music was once new.
| Sep 18
Dean Bryant and Andrew Hallsworth on the timeliness of Sondheim's musical about people who tried to kill US presidents.
| Sep 17
★★★★☆ With vicious repartee and wounding games, this is a dinner to remember.
| Sep 16
★★★★☆ Katherine Thomson's 1991 play is as powerful and poignant as ever.
| Sep 16

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