Beethoven, Brahms, and a new quartet worthy of serious buzz.
Great music and visuals save David Bowie’s existential musical from total alienation.
Featuring an excellent cast, Stuart Maunder's Vixen is a highly imaginative romp.
Queensland Ballet delivers an array of light and shade in a masterful display.
This ambitious dive into the Australian psyche struggles with the novel’s epic complexity and mystery.
An entertaining concert that gave a potted history of opera stretching back some 400 years.
This three-hander about the infamous colour bar in several WA settlements is one of the company's best.
Alexander Berlage kills it with a sensationally staged production.
Every element of Krzysztof Warlikowski’s production seems to work in perfect unison.
An utterly compelling performance by Russian pianist Yulianna Avdeeva.
The Australian Ballet shines in work old and new, plus a sassy Mao-inspired world premiere.
A well-chosen program of music from film that celebrated the power of the human voice.
A charming, wry comedy where actions speak louder than words.