An utterly superlative evening of chamber music by one of the world’s great quartets.
World-class dancers and stunning costumes combine in a new ballet art film.
A moving evening of music and poetry celebrating the work of Oodgeroo Noonuccal.
Lisette Oropesa proved a worthy winner of this year's Award, and the support were no slouches either.
This fresh, fearless, very funny play is bursting with ideas and heralds an exciting young playwright.
The MSO Chorus delivers the “London” version of the Brahms Requiem with great energy.
A real sense of music as both a historical and a living art.
Exciting, ravishing, brilliant, and undoubtedly exotic.
Anthony Warlow finally plays the dual title roles live in an impressive semi-staged concert.
Berlin-based violinist and improviser Biliana Voutchkova draws masterfully on an incredible palette of sounds.
Outdated asylum setting aside, Orfeo ed Eurydice with circus troupe astounds.
An enthralling concert from Umberto Clerici, Nicholas Milton and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Donald Runnicles offers up a rich and often exquisite meditation on death.