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.
Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Chamber Ensemble looks to the stars in their first performance of 2022.
There is much to ache through in Will Arbery's 2019 Pulitzer Prize-nominated play, which is masterfully directed by Craig Baldwin and superbly performed.
Tchaikovsky's final opera gets a clever and thoughtful reworking that gave Iolanta the chance to tell her own story.
Ensemble Q gives a thoughtful examination of early 20th-century chamber rarities.
An extraordinarily ambitious production gives Weill and Brecht’s limited works their best imaginable presentation.
An impressive performance by the newly christened quartet This World confirms its standing as an all-star contemporary jazz band.
David Lang's opera is a fascinating, thought-provoking work even if it doesn't quite work as a live performance.
The very best of Australian jazz was on show for special performances at a unique venue.