Robert Icke's riveting adaptation of a 1912 play by Arthur Schnitzler feels urgent and terribly timely.
A rousing and triumphantly optimistic experience.
An avant-garde icon offers rare insights into what drives her.
In an exciting start to the festival, this provocative production, with its stunning staging and symbolic imagery, will leave you pondering.
French harpist Xavier de Maistre brings flair and subtlety to Vivaldi's Venice.
Seascapes, a wet acoustic, and a pianist who made a splash.
Graeme Murphy's new ballet is an imaginative feast for the eyes, igniting the senses, but it doesn't sustain emotional engagement.
A coming-of-age dance contest with a massive dose of teenage angst.
Iván Fischer's thrilling, instinctual BFO Mahler Five shows us what all the fuss is about.
Two years on, the Soweto Gospel Choir is soaring to even greater heights.
Fine performances and Sohan Ariel Hayes’ stunning visuals make for a magical Opera in the Park.
An explosive double-bill from Perth’s own STRUT Dance.
The MSO reached beyond the stars for its acrobatic opening gala.