David Williamson's final new play deals with sibling rivalry and assisted dying, but too much is simply expounded upon.
Soprano Vida Miknevičiūtė triumphs in this musically and visually exciting season opener.
Gerstein offers food for thought served up through the medium of a tangy Austro-Hungarian goulash.
The script may be pedestrian at times but the staging and puppetry is dazzling.
A deeply moving, thought-provoking and timely oratorio.
An intimate, personal and human love-song to the music of Philip Glass.
They've got rhythm, they've got music, who could ask for anything more?
Pietari Inkinen launches the Symphony Hour series – and makes his SSO debut – with a thrilling Rite.
Review: Beethoven: The Late Quartets (Danish String Quartet, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center)
One of today's great string quartets delivers unique accounts of Beethoven's music of the future.
Review: The Neighbourhood (La Boite Theatre Company and Multicultural Australia, in association with Empire Theatres)
A moving and memorable piece of theatre traversing a range of forms to tell stories of home, hope and belonging.
Jansen is glorious in Brahms, while León offers a rich new work and a compelling nightcap.
Despite being written and set in the 1980s, David Williamson’s rapid-fire satire remains a relevant critique of affluence and art.
A flawless recital by one of the giants of the piano.