A hugely enjoyable staple of Adelaide's cultural diet.
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.
Articles by Vincent Plush
Byrne resurrects the doomed tale of a charismatic leader and his New Australia.
Ahead of the SSO’s Pelléas with Dutoit, Vincent Plush traces the work’s history and reception in this country. This article is available to Limelight subscribers. Log in to continue reading. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now
Performances of sheer vigour and colour from the Melbourne Con’s new maestro.
Like the best festival programmes, this is one to provoke debate and disagreement.
A memorable and highly successful Promenade at the National Portrait Gallery.
Fragmentation and a French quartet continue the revolution.
Yoshimoto and the ASO deliver a performance to be remembered and savoured.
William Barton left the audience deeply moved by an experience that had touched them to the core.
The Queensland Conservatorium's imaginative mini festival 100 Ways to Listen was part of the World Science Festival.
★★★★☆ Nuanced and beguiling exercise in 17th-century performance practice.