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.
Benjamin Britten's operatic adaption of Henry James' famous novella is presented with strong performances and magnificent, menacing stage design.
The fourth annual Audible Edge festival presents some of the most interesting sounds to reach Perth.
This concert of well-loved classics spotlit WA talent, with clarinettist Ashley Smith receiving a rock-star reception from students in the audience, while the orchestra was in fine form.
The experience of While You Sleep is total, inescapable. It is mesmerising, perplexing, captivating and frustrating, just like a dream.
Kunstkamer is a masterpiece and this production by The Australian Ballet exceeds all expectations, proving a triumph for AD David Hallberg and the dancers.
Despite strong performances, this update of Nijinsky's 1911 ballet only reinforces that the racial and sexual politics of the original are best left in the past.
Australia's first-ever period-instrument presentation of The Creation reveals the fresh vitality and range of colours in Haydn’s score.
Jodie Comer is riveting in the West End debut of Suzie Miller's bracing one-woman #MeToo monologue.
The Cooperative's no-frills Figaro gives the audience the opportunity to focus on musicianship and a libretto that is as relevant today as it was when it was written.