State Opera South Australia presents Richard Mills’ chamber opera as part of its Lost Operas of Oz program.
For almost 20 years, Vincent Plush lived and worked in North America, his life intersecting with many major figures in 20th-century American music. A composer, conductor, broadcaster, festival director and writer, he recently completed his PhD at the University of Adelaide.
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A standout performance by Warwick Fyfe sees Madeline Lee soar.
A refreshing program full of uncompromising new music.
Vincent Plush pays tribute to the pioneering Australian composer, who died at the age of 74 after a ten-year battle with cancer.
Excellent vocal and dramatic performances in an updated production that preserves Offenbach’s deliciously frothy music and biting satire.
A birthday concert celebrating a composer whose music evokes vast visual and sonic dimensions.
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Kathryn Selby and friends – Daniel Dodds and Timo-Veikko Valve – deliver virtuosic playing and thought-provoking performances.
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A captivating exercise in listening, for players and audience alike.
A concert that signals the continuing blossoming and expansion of youthful music-making in Brisbane.
The inclusion of Andrew Schultz's opera at CIMF was an inspired stroke.
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