This issue includes features on Léo Delibes' Sylvia, Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony, Golden Age string instruments, and composers Schumann and John Kander.
Explore the history of Delibes' Sylvia, why Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony was so dangerous, and discover what makes 'Golden Age' instruments so special.
Scheduled by The Australian Ballet to premiere this year, but delayed due to ill health, Graeme Murphy's new ballet will now open in Brisbane in February 2020.
Was it parochialism (as some have claimed) or acknowledgement of a groundbreaking moment in Australian theatre that saw Counting and Cracking win Best Play?
Once again it was Counting and Cracking's night as the epic new play from Belvoir and Co-Curious took home three more awards.
The first 20 winners at the 19th Annual Helpmann Awards were announced tonight, with Counting and Cracking taking home four awards.
David Berthold announces his fifth and final program – and he promises it's his biggest, most adventurous yet.
As part of a major art project presented by the University of Melbourne, five young artists currently have their work on show in Florence.
Jiří Kylián allows the company to perform his 1983 work inspired by a corroboree.
The Bolshoi dancers sparkle and gleam in Balanchine’s deliriously beautiful three-act abstract ballet.
A cerebral work that intrigues rather than engrosses.
The ballet is now an old warhorse, but Igor Tsvirko was dazzling as Spartacus on opening night.
Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo debuts in Australia with its dark take on Swan Lake.