This sequel to Unqualified is sharply funny, has a lot to say about virtually anything and is a glorious antidote to our current existential malaise.
Music, images and narration from John Blay's book transported the audience to the changing landscape of the Whale Dreaming Trail.
Uplifting and spellbinding by turns, this concert sees Richard Tognetti and the ACO pay tribute to two boy geniuses.
A superlative, inventive production danced with immense sophistication, skill, intensity and charm.
An amazing coupling of Katy Abbott and Frederic Rzewski transported its audience to new worlds of possibilities within political commentary, demolishing the old adage that ‘music is beyond politics’.
Plenty of thrills as international stars add to this SSO concert that really took off.
Stacey Alleaume makes a triumphant hometown mainstage debut as Verdi’s doomed courtesan.
The Canberra Festival celebrates the life of Australian composer and pioneer in electronic and computer music Martin Wesley-Smith with a concert in two halves.
This wide-ranging program perfectly reflects Canberra Festival's overarching theme, even if one did have to work to see the links.
This funny, honest, heartwarming farewell by the late Aidan Fennessy celebrates togetherness through song.
Melbourne Opera and IOpera present a rollicking co-production of Kurt Weill's and Bertolt Brecht's rarely staged satirical three-act opera.
Open house as Australian Chamber Orchestra unveils its state-of-the-art new base.
Antony Pitts leads The Song Company Apprentices through a stirring program of works from Antoine Brumel to Alice Chance.