Rachmaninov without Romantic excess is lovingly dovetailed with some fine British works.
Pure entertainment and the spirit of Myra Hess bring World War II concert series vividly to life.
A real treat for Elgar fans, or any dreamers of dreams, despite difficult acoustic.
Richard Jones’ well-cast take on Richard Strauss has masterly touches galore.
Fifty years on, Patrick White’s great Australian play gets a welcome revisit, goats and all.
Raw and tender, Declan Greene holds a up mirror to society’s sexual obsessions.
Consistent, satisfying playing of a fresh and unconventional program.
One of Limelight’s recent 30 under 30s excels in ASO debut with Orff and Rach.
This New Zealand diva is still well within her use by date.
Director aside, there’s much to enjoy in half of the Con’s operatic double bill.
Vocal pleasures and some real star turns, but too many mirrors reflect badly on Verdi’s drama.
Sydney’s massed choral forces help McCreesh drive out the Prophets of Baal, and then some.
SSO on form helping Lukáš Vondráček to scale the mountain that is “The Rach 3”.