WASO's 2019 season gets off to a fun, flying start.
A splendid start to the season, with storytelling at the forefront.
The SSO goes wild in a festive season opening gala to mark the start of David Robertson's final year.
Cellist Natalie Clein's heartfelt advocacy makes for a fine disc of Clarke, Bridge and Vaughan Williams.
The British tenor, who spent much of his career in Australia, has died aged 93.
An incendiary article, drawing on interviews with current and former staff and musicians, has captured the attention of the music community, alleging a darker side to the revered conductor’s success.
Louise Bezzina will mark her final festival as Artistic Director with a monumental performance of Verdi’s Requiem, a drive-in dance work, a ship that doubles as a musical instrument – and 180 fitness balls on the beach.
Curated clapping, and keeping mum between orchestral movements, was developed in the 20th century. But applause is most satisfying when it’s spontaneous – as artists know.
Composer Ian Munro discusses the new show based on the picture book, which has a classical score that references birds and a bunyip, and includes a children’s round.
Barrie Kosky’s animated production of Mozart’s Singspiel has been stunning audiences globally. Suzanne Andrade and Paul Barritt from innovative British theatre company 1927 tell us how a “hyperactive little Australian” convinced them to stage their first opera.
Fleming’s savvy picks run musical theatre’s gamut from A to Z.
A night with Herr Kaufmann is undoubtedly one well spent.
Robert Carsen’s update has bed-hopping and bare bods to spare.