Mozart’s much loved clarinet concerto brought skilfully to life in an enticing musical program by the QSO.
Nimble footed Clerici and his old band make a last-minute detour to Scotland.
Despite the best efforts of the actors, Belvoir's production of Caryl Churchill’s 1976 polemic is a bewildering waste of time and talent.
Bach’s magnificent Easter offering is given its due reward by a crack team.
The assured quality of Melbourne Bach Choir's performance belied the many pandemic-induced obstacles and sheer hard work it took to get there.
All the elements are there in Alana Valentine’s latest play, but Wayside Bride desperately needs further work to fulfil its promise.
Joseph Nolan leads a remarkable Messiah, which will be talked about in years to come.
Recorder virtuoso Alicia Crossley presents the results of her commissioning project, presenting new works by some of Australia's finest female voices.
The elite performers of Bach Akademie Australia gave voice to music which resonated with some of our most human and intensely held hopes, fears and joys.
The ASO opened its 2022 subscription series with an ambitious program that had the audience buzzing throughout.
Two performances from different genres worked individually, but lacked a thread tying them together.
Familiarity breeds plenty of content with a joyful blast of Beethoven.
Brisbane’s contemporary circus company defies genres with this thrilling and contemplative new work.