A beautiful concert with a little gem of a piece by Alessandro Scarlatti.
Jordi Savall conjures joy out of misery in an ambitiously conceived evening.
A bruising night in the theatre with a play that pulls no punches.
Ashkenazy and Müller-Schott offer up a mighty sequel.
Homecoming queen Danielle de Niese sings and dances her way through this lavish new production.
Rachel Podger and OAE deliver stormy darkness and warm, sunny light.
Robert Macfarlane delivers robust tone and diction to die for as Belshazzar.
Bizet at Trump’s border wall brings back a certain relevance.
Opening night belonged to Australian soprano Helena Dix in the role of Queen Elizabeth I.
Upton's Australian Chekhov is by turns funny and scouring.
Ashkenazy's Shostakovich tribute with violinist Ray Chen reached an unforgettable incandescence.
A visually stunning, traditional production of the much-loved, classical musical.
Violinist Harry Bennetts delivers an excellent Tchaikovsky Concerto.