Something old, something new and something borrowed in an eclectic night of virtuoso dance.
A delightfully chaotic co-production transports Gogol’s comedic masterpiece to the modern day.
Crowd-pleasing confection delights audience’s taste but its flavours lack complexity
Synergy’s committed, energised performances result in a 1-0 win for Xenakis.
Elegance and eloquence, but the Streeton Trio sometimes dish up a curate’s egg.
Standing ovation greets 3000 years of musical history and a moving plea for peace.
Powerful passions run deep in Roland Peelman’s Eastertide offerings.
Equal respect given to composers old and new, from a variety of genres and nations, in a remarkable orchestral performance.
Warwick Fyfe’s hunch-backed sociopathic jester heads a fine cast in this new production of Verdi’s classic.
Italian cellist plays, dances and sings while taking us (and his instrument) on a whistle-stop tour.
It may only take two to tango, but it takes more than that to make a great musical.
WASO and Gomyo capture the energy and inventiveness of the great American composers.
A refreshing take to old favourites and impressive weather forecast for the future in conclusion to MCO concert series