Alban Gerhardt brings Dean's colourful new Cello Concerto to life with subtlety and fire.
A ‘sequel-of-sorts’ to Ibsen’s groundbreaking play, this new work is capably interpreted but fundamentally lacking in subtlety and complexity.
An orchestra’s 90th birthday celebration is an astonishing gift to audiences and a triumph of music making.
This theatrical conceit has some rich ideas but falls short of orbit.
One of Sydney's most exciting young orchestras, Ensemble Apex brings a party atmosphere to Sydney's Lower Town Hall.
ARCO gets Romantic in a program spanning Mendelssohn to Puccini.
Rising star exudes artistry and virtuosity in a thrilling recital.
Amy Dickson's Australian premiere of James MacMillan's Saxophone Concerto was an exciting inclusion in this terrific ASO concert.
Joby Talbot's sublime, mysterious a cappella work is beautifully presented in a cathedral crypt.
David Greco sings Death's many faces alongside a young person's Winterreise.
Rohan Browne leads a talented cast in this energetic, crowd-pleasing take on the 20-year-old Australian musical.
An energetic symbiosis between Camerata and Julian Bliss.
Simon Phillips' entertaining production of The Turk in Italy gives Rossini's comedy plenty of sparkle.