Two seemingly different worlds coalesce in music.
Review: The Sound of History: Beethoven, Napoleon and Revolution (Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Adelaide Festival)
An engrossing lesson in the historical and musical significance of Beethoven’s Eroica symphony in the composer’s 250th year.
Beethoven and Adams make for an absolutely riveting combination.
Three leading female choreographers take on Beethoven’s Grand Fugue to thrilling effect.
The final program in 150 Psalms demonstrated the excellence, precision and mastery of all singers involved.
Pristine singing, but does it fulfil the project's aims?
An eloquent, stylish production, set in the 1960s, with a dazzling performance by Harriet Gordon-Anderson as Hamlet.
Exciting performances of Stravinsky and Arensky kick off Selby & Friends' 2020 in style.
An evening of chamber music filled with passion, virtuosity, romance and sheer exuberance.
Gergiev's hand on the tiller makes heavy weather of Girard's new Dutchman.
The Song Company proves adept across styles in this spiritually uplifting concert.
The ACO assembles a starry line-up for a concert spanning Bach to Nine Inch Nails.
Robert Icke's riveting adaptation of a 1912 play by Arthur Schnitzler feels urgent and terribly timely.