Two WASO debuts impress in this satisfying concert of two favourites and an Australian premiere.
Queensland Theatre and Malthouse Theatre bring Osamah Sami’s absurd and affectionate memoir to Brisbane audiences.
Victorian Opera hits another bullseye with the tale of the apple and the arrow.
A dozen leading ladies shine as Fanny Brice in this brilliant, semi-staged SSO concert.
Joyce Yang brought a sense of playfulness and whimsy, along with her virtuosic technique and exceptional musicianship, to her recital for Musica Viva.
A wonderful feast of chamber music from hugely talented performers.
Dalibor Jenis' hunchbacked jester isn't one to miss.
The MSO is led masterfully through stormy works from Britten and Bruckner.
Hough rocks the Rach Pag while Edwards' Earth Spirit Songs soar again.
Nothing less than true musicianship from pianist Stephen Hough.
A superlative night at the opera, with thrilling singing and red-hot drama.
An exciting, vibrant program that felt a little too big for the Utzon Room.
This modern opera, telling a tragic love story in reverse, is strong conceptually, but with a lot of haze.