Age cannot wither this old possum in an evening of razor sharp wit plus some classical music on the side.
Glass, Webern and Stan Freburg prove hits on the Dutch contemporary dance floor.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra’s baby sister comes of age.
Kristin, you had me from ‘hello…’ The musicals diva proves she is everything a Broadway legend should be, and more.
Henze, Shostakovich, Dvorák Sydney Opera House, June 11
Adelaide Festival Centre’s 40th birthday and 2013 Cabaret Festival celebrate showbiz style with a glittering gala of sequins and song.
Adelaide Festival Theatre, June 1 Beethoven’s epic ode to humanity recognises forty years of music making in Adelaide.
One of Britain’s greatest artists, J. M. W. Turner (1775–1851) is celebrated today as a highly modern painter.
The Rolls Royce of string quartets say farewell to our shores with grace, elegance and more than a hint of nostalgia. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
John Adams’ masterpiece is done full justice, proving itself the late 20th century’s great opera of ideas. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
★★★☆☆ The gypsy is spellbinding but Bizet’s intimate tale lacks, well…intimacy in this operatic spectacular.
Jonathan Biggins and Phillip Scott’s irreverent update would surely have delighted Offenbach.
Murder in the Dark: light, shadow, movement and music illuminate the Passion of Christ.