An inventive mix of East meets West makes for an appealing debut.
Inventi Ensemble steps up to break the silence of a COVID lockdown.
The great Dane gets a new outing.
A master cellist delights with refined and elegant playing.
The work is the brainchild of baritone Joshua Hopkins whose sister was murdered in 2015.
An intriguing blend of ancient and modern works in search of lost innocence.
Musicians Simone Slattery and Gabriella Smart have created aural responses to the Clarice Beckett exhibition at the AGSA, leading to live performances and a recorded soundscape in the Gallery.
The media executive and composer reveals the myriad threads weaving through his program for Adelaide Festival's Chamber Landscapes at UKARIA.
Boesch’s Schumann dominates a decade in search of new directions.
Carmen Giannattasio makes an impressive Opera Australia debut in John Bell’s dramatic production.
SXS's season opener with Slava Grigoryan proved an amiable, enjoyable concert with a fascinating new work for guitar and chamber orchestra by Natalie Nicolas.
Three works by Lachlan Skipworth tune into the psyche of the contemporary listener.
Lise Lindstrom will play Brünnhilde in the first two cycles, while Australians will make role debuts as Brünnhilde and Wotan.