Graeme Murphy’s much-loved production returns, with American soprano Lise Lindstrom in the title role.
A decidedly unusual inter-species love story makes for a beguiling, probing rom-com.
Brent Hill and a terrific cast of children ensure that Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical, based on the film, is a real blast.
Intimate song recital of old and new-ish favourites proves a winner.
A narrative song cycle about the Australian scientist who invented the Black Box Flight Recorder is thoroughly captivating.
Tearing at the heartstrings, this stunning, sensitive production is the perfect ticket for opera novice and specialist alike.
Kate Gaul's gloriously camp, cross-gender production makes the G & S operetta feel fabulously fresh.
A scintillating cross-cultural fusion to be supported and savoured.
Sam Allchurch delivers clever programming and choral finesse in Sydney Chamber Choir’s final concert for 2019.
Queensland Ballet’s growth isn't just about numbers, it's determinedly multi-dimensional.
A successful, very funny production set in a colourful Japan, referred to by director Stuart Maunder as "Hello Kitty on steroids", that does away with G & S's japonaiserie.
A touching farewell concert celebrating Tasmanian cello star Sue-Ellen Paulsen.
Richard Tognetti and Timo-Veikko Valve showed fine teamwork in Brahms' Double Concerto, while Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony was charming.