Nothing less than true musicianship from pianist Stephen Hough.
A superlative night at the opera, with thrilling singing and red-hot drama.
An exciting, vibrant program that felt a little too big for the Utzon Room.
This modern opera, telling a tragic love story in reverse, is strong conceptually, but with a lot of haze.
This production certainly glitters visually, but all is not gold.
More magician than homme fatale in his Thierry Mugler original, Ratzke still transported his audience on a titillating journey of the imagination.
An ambitious concert program that was delivered brilliantly.
An immaculate, thrilling show by one of the greatest Broadway divas of our time.
An eclectic, innovative program that saw the orchestra on top form.
A 'middling' cultural icon presenting songs from his 'middling smash' brought the house down.
In his probing new play Justin Fleming brings Wagner and Hitler together through the music drama Rienzi.
Speak Percussion and Jessica Aszodi illuminate Liza Lim's dazzling fusion of opera and world percussion.
An interesting production not without its problems, balanced by some strong performances.