Southern Cross Soloists continue their tradition of excellence, contributing to Queensland’s unique music scene.
Vivaldi, Handel and Mozart give Lezhneva a chance to play a dazzling game of Russian roulades.
Catalan good guy brings baroque bad boys to Tassie with spectacular results.
The crowd go bonkers for the crazy Orlando as dull old reason is pitted against the power of love.
Folk and classical intertwine as Mr. Anon takes Ms. Trad for a spin on the musical dance floor.
Brit Trio conquer Melbourne with Czech and Russian fare, plus Carl Vine’s 60th birthday present.
Lana Jones is a powerful, seductive presence interpreting Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s classic choreography.
Ray Chen wins hearts and minds with Shostakovich while Matheuz has a few idiosyncratic ideas on offer.
A hard-hitting look at myth, war and cultural appropriation from Geelong’s Back to Back Theatre.
This model of a modern Butterfly soars as art and spectacle combine on Sydney Harbour.
Big hearted production sidesteps overt sentimentality and challenges audience to look to home for stories of compassion and human connection.
Finale of Perth International Arts Festival saw WASO in fine form in video game soundtracks and Machover’s A Symphony for Perth.
An auspicious start to WASO’s 2014 season and Fisch’s tenure as Principal Conductor.