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.
This enjoyable film, based on the British stage musical, tells a sweet, uplifting story about winning out over adversity.
Enrapturing, disturbing and bleak, this visual-art-meets-theatre production explores the implosion of a couple in episodic, abstract fashion.
Tapping into the tech-driven zeitgeist, Forgery takes audiences on a wild and wacky ride where human imagination one-ups AI.
In an uplifting and joyous final concert, Ensemble Q soared to new heights with their sublime renditions and humorous execution of music composed in times of adversity.
Simon Stone's sexting Tristan may be baffling but Skelton, Stemme and Rattle demand to be heard.
Opera Queensland’s Eastern Promises recital for soprano and piano, performed by Alexandra Flood and Alex Raineri, offered an ambitious program of art song.
Greg Horman's version, set in South Australia, is a ravishing visual spectacle and a great night out.
Dean Walsh makes a compelling case for marine protection.
Review: Skyfall: The Music of James Bond (The Little Red Company, Brisbane Festival & South Bank Parklands)
Like the Bond movies, Skyfall is a cocktail of suave, camp escapism and sterling star power, which it skilfully shakes into a potent musical martini.
Love Stories is an insightful masterpiece of people’s emotive expressions on the enigma of love.
WASO's performance of Shostakovich's Symphony No 5 was met with rapturous cheers, as was the cheeky farewell to retiring double bassist Andrew Tait.