After surgery and chemotherapy, the popular soprano performs in The Creation for Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, alongside husband Jud Arthur.
Jo Litson is a freelance arts writer and the arts editor and theatre reviewer for Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph. During a 25-year career she has been a contributor to publications including The Australian, The Bulletin, Limelight magazine, the Qantas magazine, POL Oxygen and the Sydney Theatre Company’s Backstage magazine among many others.
Sharon Millerchip charms in Willy Russell's ever-popular, uplifting play.
Perth choir The Giovanni Consort tells us about their concert in a spectacular cave in Yanchep National Park in the Wajuk Noongar region.
As he prepares to make his Australian debut, the veteran American baritone talks Mahler, Bernstein, American art song, and why he finds pandas so adorable.
As OA releases its 2017 Annual Report today, Rory Jeffes discusses the operating deficit and into the future.
A dazzling, electrifying work by Rafael Bonachela and his dancers that triggers all kinds of emotions.
Musical Director Dr Robert Braham tells us about the choir's first concert for the year with themes ranging from comets to text messages.
Despite strong performances, the play doesn't fire as it should emotionally.
Everything’s coming up roses for director Richard Carroll who now tackles Gypsy.
Rafael Bonachela uses music by Peteris Vasks and Nick Wales in his new work.
The WA-born composer, musician, collaborative artist and programmer plans "a strong music program" for his first Festival in 2020.
Programmed as a gift for her mother, the cellist tells us about a cycle regarding pregnancy and birth – with lyrics by a man.
An elegant evening of shimmering Chinese sounds with Pipa virtuoso Zhang Hong-yan front and centre.