This was an elegant, well-programmed concert by Canberra Symphony Orchestra, with the world premiere of Kim Cunio's CO2 and the Ice Core the clear highlight.
This generous, well-chosen overview of Australian composition by women, curated by Anne Cawrse for Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's She Speaks, was eloquently and sympathetically played.
Easton and friends take us on a journey through perfection and show us the nature of keys.
Deborah Cheetham's new family opera, produced by Victorian Opera, is a delightful, insightful work that you can now view digitally on demand. Let's hope it is able to play live soon.
In Lewis Treston's compassionate Follow Me Home, the stories of young homeless people are brought from the margins to centre stage, and the characters are treated with dignity.
In their first tour as a trio for Musica Viva, Nicolas Fleury, Emily Sun and Amir Farid prove to have a highly sympathetic partnership as they play Mozart, Brahms and a world premiere by Gordon Kerry.
Joseph Nolan demonstrated the glory of St George's Cathedral organ in this marvellous recital, which included the Australian premiere of a piece by Alkan.
Life on edge is front and centre in Patricia Cornelius' latest play RUNT.
This Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert is the last chance for a while to hear cellist Umberto Clerici, before he takes up the baton full-time.
This long-running West End drama comes to the Ensemble Theatre in Kirribilli with few chills but plenty of thrills from its actors.
Robyn Archer's show Mother Archer's Cabaret for Dark Times was musically satisfying and conceptually brilliant.
Samuel Beckett's play may be celebrating its 60th anniversary but it still feels as timely as ever in this production starring Belinda Giblin and Lex Marinos.
Tim Minchin shows yet again that he is an artist at the top of his game with his inspired, witty and moving cabaret show BACK.