The familiar pleasures of Sondheim’s masterpiece are refreshed by splendid performers and design.
A reflective Lang Lang marks his return to Australia with Mozart.
The ballet is now an old warhorse, but Igor Tsvirko was dazzling as Spartacus on opening night.
Zahra Newman single-handedly conjures a powerful tale of masculine self-destruction in the outback.
Ensemble Offspring's micro-festival revels in the sheer pleasure of new music.
Diana Doherty shines in this program of early (and one not so early) concerti.
This concert by Van Diemen's Band with mezzo-soprano Lotte Betts-Dean warmed the heart in a wintry Tasmania.
Impossible to pigeon-hole, the multi-talented artist offered an evening that mixed pop delight and cabaret intrigue.
Vadim Gluzman, Asher Fisch and WASO triumph in Tchaikovsky.
The West End star brings a distinctive British sparkle to the Broadway hits in her delightful cabaret show.
A play that subtly presents an alternative model of what might make Australia a mature nation.
Oud virtuoso Joseph Tawadros delivers a vibrant, warm-hearted performance with the SSO.
Paul Kildea conducts the CSO for the first time in a concert featuring the Grigoryan brothers and a world premiere by Kenneth and Kirsten Lampl.