Christine Goerke is an earth-shattering Elektra in David Robertson’s revelatory take on Strauss’ Greek tragedy.
Elena Kats-Chernin channels Bach and beyond for the ABO’s 25th birthday bash.
An exhilarating opener sets the bar high for the QSO 2014 season.
Rock meets classical as Perth explores music by Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly, James Ledger and Andy Akiho.
A cracking inaugural concert gives the Robertson era the look of a potential age of gold.
Deadpan Shakespeare, Russian-style, makes for an evening of divine mayhem and madness.
A personal examination of War by returned Australian soldiers.
Reconciliation seems a distant dream play as Strindberg’s relocated classic reopens old wounds.
High-octane storytelling and a Dancing with the Stars moment make for a memorable night of Israeli dance.
Three girls and a forklift: a match made in heaven or the latest in contemporary dance?
Otello on an aircraft carrier sails on a sea of orchestral pleasures if short of a proper captain at the helm.
Dawn Upshaw tours with the ACO after their triple grammy whammy.
Zambello’s handsome Carmen is graced by some fine performances, and not just from the horses.