The DSO final concert of the year was a crowning achievement and a tribute to a legendary Indigenous elder and musician.
Andrew Upton’s new version of The Seagull transplants Chekhov’s portrait of addled ambition and creative torpor into dry Australian soils.
Over three decades, The Australian Voices has developed a sound that would make heaven’s angels sit up and take notice.
Alexander Briger and the Australian World Orchestra complete their galactic mission with precision, verve and gusto.
A dissonant and challenging piece exploring identity and masculinity with few of the thrills of the circus.
An exciting showcase – not just for Lior and his new song cycle, but also for the MCO’s string players.
Bach Akademie Australia celebrates the tercentenary of the composer's appointment to his longest and most successful job.
A self-help writer from New York takes a fraught trip to the Northern Territory in Charlie Falkner's croc-infested comedy.
Pianist Simon Trpčeski takes on one of the big pieces in the concerto repertoire – and wins.
Individual brilliance on display but ensemble scenes lack spark in this intimate staging of Edward Albee's booze-fuelled cage fight.
A menu of effervescent Mozart-influenced music perfectly matched with the bubbly eccentricity of QSO Chief Conductor Umberto Clerici.
Dickens’ festive classic is cleverly reinvented with cross-cultural humour, heart and Christmas magic.
Yirra Yaakin celebrates 30 years of performance making in a revue-style production showcasing the diversity of the company’s repertoire.