Soprano and cornetto mingle in this rarely glimpsed musical world.
Conductor Diego Matheuz provides confident leadership in this consistently entertaining concert.
A well-played concert but a missed opportunity to send a strong message of artistic intent.
Siobhan Stagg, Asher Fisch and WASO fire on all cylinders in this unusual program.
A delightful, mischievous, intoxicating celebration of difference.
A deeply moving dance work about humanity’s decline.
D'Arietta's Cohen was a safe, satisfying journey rather than a ride.
The cast give it their all, but the sketchy show is no musical holy grail. Still, it’s a lot of fun.
Italian violinist Lorenza Borrani delivers a fiery, otherworldly concert with the ACO.
More a musical pavlova than a croquembouche, but tasty nevertheless.
The “sorceress of percussion” enchants a capacity crowd in a concert of Australian music.
Kate Mulvany is brilliant in this raw but heartfelt, life-affirming show.
A work that allows contemplation of ownership and belonging; of land and waterways.