In his first visit to the Top End, Jayson Gillham gave a dazzling recital of Bach transcriptions and his own favourite Chopin works.
Johannes Fritzsch handles a seemingly disparate program beautifully, while Konstantin Shamray's performance of difficult concerto will be talked about for years to come.
Blue is the healing colour and Ensemble Offspring's new online concert offers balm for lockdown-weary souls.
This diverse quartet of works shows the depth and range of Queensland Ballet’s company and student ranks – some in surprising new ways.
A good night at the theatre, performed by a terrific cast of three, although the production has no clear political target.
Ensemble Q and Piers Lane triumph in an astonishing evening of chamber music.
The Isklander trilogy are immersive, intriguing online puzzle games – even if clues are dropped rather too frequently.
With Ólafsson and Mozart, pianists and their programs are rarely as engrossing.
Amidst a beautifully curated program, the premiere of a new work by Cara Zydor Fesjian offers absorbing and thought-provoking listening.
West Australian Symphony Orchestra and Guest Director Shaun Lee-Chen delivered an excellent mix of Baroque delights: crowd-pleasers, showstoppers and rarer gems.
This highly entertaining, accessible new family opera, performed in the Noongar language with surtitles, deserves further performances and exposure.
Few performances of Schubert's 'Trout' come close to this hour-long slice of heaven from the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
ELISION’s regular members are superbly captured in close-up as they perform on both conventional and unusual instruments in the Performance Series on YouTube.