This week Jo Litson recommends Claire Foy and Matt Smith in Lungs live streaming from the Old Vic, The Wiz Live!, Nathan Lane in The Nance for the Lincoln Center, and The Dapto Chaser on ABC Arts iView.
In this week’s column, Angus McPherson’s takes a look at the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s celebration of Richard Tognetti’s 30 years as Artistic Director, a second Bang on a Can Marathon, and the ‘Global Pandemic Edition’ of 84 Pianos.
Sydney Symphony and Sydney Dance Company have collaborated on a new online series. Oboist Diana Doherty and dancer Charmene Yap discuss working on the project.
Clive Paget recommends an Australian Butterfly, a resurrected Austrian miracle and six of the best from Belgium.
In this week's column, Lynden Barber takes a look at Operation Buffalo, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich as well as Sydney Film Festival's digital offerings.
All ticket proceeds will go directly towards supporting the artists, Artistic Director Alex Raineri says of the festival’s third iteration, which will be delivered entirely online.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon looks at some of the ways visual artists have been at the intersection of art, science and politics.
The music writer spent her time in COVID-19 isolation reading Aaron Copland's book What to Listen for in Music, but has decided not to interrupt inspiring notes and harmonies with questions.
This week, Deborah Jones immerses herself in Cathy Marston's memorable ballet The Cellist about Jacqueline du Pré, and recommends New York City Ballet in Balanchine's Dream and Akram Khan in Xenos.
This week Jo Litson interviews Catherine Alcorn about new virtual venue The Reservoir Room, and recommends the Donmar Warehouse Coriolanus starring Tom Hiddleston, and the Old Vic's A Monster Calls.
The founder of The Harmonious Society of Tickle-Fiddle Gentlemen tells us about his new Finger album, Limelight's Recording of the Month in June.
Chamber music from Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, Amy Dickson's intimate Solo Sessions project, and a documentary about two avant-garde icons are on the menu in this week's classical music column.
Clive Paget recommends modern masterpieces from the Met, Rattle’s damnable Faust, and a seven-year-old Yo-Yo.