This week, Deborah Jones immerses herself in Cathy Marston's memorable ballet The Cellist about Jacqueline du Pré, and recommends New York City Ballet in Balanchine's Dream and Akram Khan in Xenos.
This week Jo Litson interviews Catherine Alcorn about new virtual venue The Reservoir Room, and recommends the Donmar Warehouse Coriolanus starring Tom Hiddleston, and the Old Vic's A Monster Calls.
Chamber music from Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, Amy Dickson's intimate Solo Sessions project, and a documentary about two avant-garde icons are on the menu in this week's classical music column.
Clive Paget recommends modern masterpieces from the Met, Rattle’s damnable Faust, and a seven-year-old Yo-Yo.
In this week's column, Lynden Barber reviews the third season of Babylon Berlin, Spanish thriller Money Heist (and a spin-off doco about the series) and The Plot Against America.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon explores art and celebrity in online exhibitions of Raphael, Rembrandt and Warhol.
This week Deborah Jones enjoys some feel-good dance thanks to ABC Arts iView, including The Australian Ballet's The Merry Widow and Bangarra's Ochres.
This week, Jo Litson recommends The Tap Pack filmed on the SOH's Digital Stage, James Graham's This House from NT at Home, and In the Company of Actors, the doco about STC's Hedda Gabler starring Cate Blanchett.
In this week's column, Angus McPherson checks out concerts by violinist Lisa Batiashvili in Berlin, the Australian World Orchestra and Zubin Mehta in Melbourne, and takes Concert Roulette for a spin.
Clive Paget recommends rarities by Stravinsky and Strauss, plus Barrie Kosky’s take on Mussorgsky.
Lynden Barber reviews The Great and Catastrophe, as well as a new adaptation of Nick Hornby’s High Fidelity and French claymation film My Life as a Zucchini.
This week Dr Nick Gordon looks at some excellent online projects resulting from collaboration including the Adelaide Biennial, Google Art's Vermeer Project, and Behind the Scenes at London's National Gallery.
This week Deborah Jones settles down with a glass of wine to enjoy Finnish National Ballet's A Midsummer Night's Dream, San Francisco Ballet's Romeo & Juliet, and the Mariinsky's Sleeping Beauty.