An imperfect realisation of Wagner’s comedy, but the music making more than compensates.
The composer and Head of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music will examine gender equality and empowerment in the 2018 address.
Omega’s gumboots are made for dancing.
The Australian composer's new double violin concerto for the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra sits back to back with Bach.
A concert all the more interesting for its elements of surprise.
The repercussions of the leadership spill will last years, but at least Turnbull isn’t staying, like Gollum wanting his Precious back.
Jonathan Grieves-Smith and the Hamer Singers remember the victims of war and violence.
These Serenata concerts are not only a delight to experience but also represent an essential home-grown component of our soul.
Featuring two musicals, three festivals, a new dance work from Australian Dance Theatre and a Chinese New Year Concert with the ASO.
Jazz and classical fuse in new take on Claude’s preludes.
Watkins and Lortie help Finzi rake eloquently over Romantic embers.
Review: Schwartz • Broadstock: Orchestral works (Synchron Stage Orchestra Vienna, Bratislava SO/Kevin Purcell)
Broadstock matches Schwartz in this new side by side issue.
Shlomowitz turns the everyday into the weird and wonderful.