Oboist Diana Doherty and the Streeton Trio offer up a concert of the highest quality.
The SSO showcases the talent within its own ranks in this intimate concert of Bach favourites.
Béla Bartók’s only opera, first performed in 1918, sounds glorious and is astutely staged for 21st-century audiences.
Saxophonist Matt Keegan charts his great-grandfather’s journey from Vienna to Australia in a soaring song cycle, surrounded by a suite of players at Mary’s Underground.
For its first concert of the year, the Omega Ensemble unleashed a torrent of sound in three concertos, two of which were commissions.
The Adelaide-based contemporary circus troupe takes a bold leap forward with its latest, ambitious show.
WA's top operatic talent delighted the audience with a program of classics and favourites, though a broader mix of repertoire wouldn't have gone astray.
A slightly uneven but innovative take on Chekhov's famous play.
Kate Mulvany's new play based on Ruth Park's classic children's novel, set in The Rocks, is the perfect way to reopen the refurbished Wharf.
An antipodean dream finally comes home.
Dane Lam unveils Lyle Chan’s new fanfare in a concert that spans chamber orchestra to organ symphony.
An emphatic, energetic start to a new year with the first subscription concert for 2021.
Review: The Boy Who Talked To Dogs (Slingsby, State Theatre Company South Australia, Adelaide Festival)
World Premiere proves love is a four-legged word.