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.
Obscure repertoire proves an unexpected treat in Omega Ensemble’s collaboration with James Crabb.
Raw and eclectic sounds in ELISION ensemble’s first concert at Sydney’s Carriageworks.
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.