Ashkenazy relives his former Mahlerian glories while Sydney is treated to a class act on the fiddle.
Ashkenazy masters massed forces of SSO and Philharmonia Choirs in eloquent prayer for peace.
Perahia makes his long-awaited Australian debut with grace, style and aplomb.
The great English cellist returns to Sydney to perform with passion and showmanship.
The Renaissance specialists on their 40th birthday tour are ideally heard in ecclesiastical surrounds.
Enjoy a cruise down the French Riviera with Roger Hodgman’s award-winning production.
John Doyle’s moving play of physics coming to terms with biology proves far less elusive than the Higgs Boson.
Emma Matthews and James Egglestone help the DSO sparkle in front of Ayers Rock.
Star countertenor proves there’s much more to the voice than a load of old Baroque.
New kids on the operatic block tackle Puccini’s nun-fest. The results could be habit forming.
Mehta puts the Australian musical diaspora through its paces with blistering results.
Alexei Ratmansky’s new production sparkles, even when viewed from the back of the orchestra pit.
An aristocrat of the piano turns Bachian teaser with part one of a two-part fugue-fest.