A concert all the more interesting for its elements of surprise.
These Serenata concerts are not only a delight to experience but also represent an essential home-grown component of our soul.
Songs became heartfelt, sometimes humorous theatre in the hands of a masterful actor-singer, who gripped the audience in this intimate concert.
Beethoven irrefutably was Richard Tognetti’s own.
New short works from two of Melbourne’s emerging contemporary choreographers.
Sarah Peirse is masterful as a Miss Docker we'll all recognise.
Five years on, the monkey's back and bigger than ever. But is it any better?
With a bit of trimming and a more energetic, full-voiced realisation of the songs and the text, this piece would shine.
Claire Edwardes unveils James MacMillan's latest percussion concerto and David Robertson gives us a cracker of a Beethoven 7.
A distinctly Italian flair, combined with assured work by the principals, makes for a beautiful night of ballet.
Acclaimed soloists join forces for a program of musical brilliance and passion.
This new commission gives an old story an entertaining makeover with style-hopping music, comedy and feminist attitude.
Thrilling take on Glass’s celebration of passive resistance will have you spinning cartwheels.