Lise Davidsen's debut excites, but Vasily Petrenko and Yusif Eyvazov also shine in Tchaikovsky's tale of terror.
There are ineffably sad moments in this beautifully wrought production starring Jonathan Biggins.
David Robertson bids a fond farewell to the SSO with gifts from home.
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra was a formidable music force under outgoing Chief Conductor Sir Andrew Davis.
An entertaining, well-cast production of Neil Simon's affectionate 1960s comedy about male friendship.
Superlative singing and David McVicar’s lavish, clever production make a heavenly match.
Yuja and the Dude leave New York a calling card from LA.
Asher Fisch and WASO orchestrate a fascinating evening of discovery.
Meditative genre-crossing pianos and synths let down by sound issues.
Midori Seiler and the Australian Haydn Ensemble serve up an intoxicating musical cocktail.
A wobbly fantasy-versus-bleak reality balancing act for Kander and Ebb’s under-appreciated musical.
An expression of tradition using modern means, makes for an exhilarating night.
This stunning production of McDonagh's savage comedy keeps you on tenterhooks.