Tastes and sounds of seven nations makes for a delicious chamber music smorgasbord.
Diverse triple bill showcases the breath-taking range and versatility of Bonachela’s baby.
Verdi’s masterpiece makes rather a grand metaphor for Berlusconi’s Italy
Amongst a limited Adelaide Festival classical program, a small local component still manages to shine.
Steinberg is equally at home daydreaming with Tchaikovsky or battling the Bosch on the ice.
At 72-years-young, Paul Anka proves you can’t keep a good man down.
A program of warhorses that comes off thanks to a thoroughly thoroughbred performance.
Marie Angel and Sally Whitwell take minimalism to the max at the Adelaide Fest.
Brett Dean stars as conductor and composer in a soaring start to ANAM’s 2014 season.
In a game of two halves, spanning two centuries and using eight instruments, it was the Crumb that won.
Kasper Holten’s take on Tchaikovsky’s ‘road not taken’ romance hits home in a Royal Opera co-pro.
Hilary Bell’s adaptation of Chekhov honours his spirit while embracing those awkward pauses.
There were greener pastures than that of The Academy of St Martin in the Fields.