Omega's all-Mozart program was never less than beautifully played, but more lightness and wit could have made it really sparkle.
A promising take on Schubert's colossus of a work, though depth will come with experience.
A clever musical that moves forwards and backwards through a broken marriage.
A feast for clarinet-lovers, but not without some spice on the menu.
The best of Sydney in Melbourne’s best room.
The all-Russian program showcased the range of WASO's musicianship beautifully.
Aside from the dancing, there’s little real fever in this underwhelming adaptation of the 1977 film.
A superlative performance from Simone Lamsma, Alexander Shelley and the SSO.
An excellent, fleet-footed performance from Diana Doherty, Jessica Cottis and the orchestra.
John Adams’ South Indian folktale blooms into a fabulous operatic performance.
An all-too-rare perfect recital given by a formidable musician.
Mendes achieves the impossible as audiences find themselves learning to love the Lehmans.
Sam Allchurch delivers the goods in an ambitious debut concert as Sydney Chamber Choir's Music Director.