Armed with one of her two Stradivarius violins, Anne-Sophie Mutter amazes in a blockbuster night at the movies.
Four world premieres from four young Australian composers exhibit the staggering talent of our own.
Provocative and complex, Ella Hickson’s play about the inter-connected realms of empire, resource exploitation and our future rewards the effort it demands.
Australian String Quartet says it beautifully with flowers in a late-blooming close to the season.
A triumphant evening of "octophonic" compositions from synth magicians Naretha Williams and Monica Lim.
Neither pandemic, nor flood, nor last-minute changes of cast or caterer have managed to dim the brilliance of this 10-year-old gem of a festival.
This program of Coronation and funeral music comes to us with the spectacular pageantry of recent royal events fresh in the mind.
Guest conductor Olari Elts and pianist Alexey Yemtsov an ideal team to bring freshness to Rachmaninov’s much loved Piano Concerto No. 2.
ASO's Symphony Series wraps with a concert of rhapsodic, sensuous music and a magical performance by violinist Anthony Marwood.
This playful and intriguing adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s gender-bending novel rethinks musical-theatre conventions.
Guest Conductor Umberto Clerici and WASO’s Principal Oboe Liz Chee serve up a delicious musical banquet – one that leaves you hungry for more.
An absorbing exploration of diverse musical traditions through some mesmerising improvisation and experimentation.
An unforgettable display of technique, artistry and talent from the Peruvian star – and stage personality to seal the deal.