Ricci takes us back to an era when violinists were stars.
This production attempts to update the themes and speak their relevance to an Australian audience, but doesn't quite succeed.
This fine OA production of Puccini's opera is a cracking night out, and a perfect antidote to these dark, pestilence-filled days.
The launch of dance collective Project Animo with five new works is exciting. Alice Topp's Patina is a real keeper but the program could be better curated.
Colourful, quirky, energetic and fast-paced, this Comedy of Errors is an enjoyable romp for most ages.
With its universal message that no one is only what you see, Black Brass is a joy, though more detail in the writing would help the audience care more.
Using 22 Bob Dylan songs, this play with music, set in 1934 during the Great Depression, gradually draws you into its world and leaves you filled with emotion.
Sydney Festival opened last night with a dazzling performance of Ohad Naharin's Decadance performed by Sydney Dance Company, while 80 protestors gathered outside.
Small is beautiful as Mornington’s boutique festival goes online
Emotions aplenty and messages of hope as Australian Haydn Ensemble plays its first live concert in two years
The Song Company establishes a new Christmas tradition with an engaging performance of carols – some new, some old, but all beautifully performed.
Sport for Jove introduced itself to metropolitan Sydney audiences with As You Like It back in 2009, and this production retains the infectious charm of the first.
IOpera provide a well-conceived and pleasurably diverting picture of Handel’s little masterwork, showing that young blood is inspiring the future of opera in Australia.
The breakdancing Polish countertenor delights in a program of rediscovered gems.
Vivaldi for voice produces a chamber full of charms.
A terrific mix of Americana, both known and unknown.
Review: Zemlinsky: Lyrische Symphonie & Schreker: Prelude to a Drama (ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra)
Worth the 30-year wait as Vienna band waxes lyrical with Zemlinsky.
In Lea Dessandre, baroque's next star has already risen.
Frenchman’s Bach pilgrimage reaches the flowering of the Weimar period.
A compelling 20th-century rediscovery makes it to CD at last.
Review: Barry: Alice’s Adventures Under Ground (Irish National Opera, Irish Chamber Orchestra, André de Ridder)
Barry breaks all the rules in riotous, through the looking glass re-telling of Alice.
Kenneth Branagh’s evocation of his life as a boy during Northern Ireland’s Troubles is a triumph.
Featuring an exquisite performance by Renate Reinsve, this romantic drama is a complex tragicomedy.
A first-class reading will have you falling in love with Bohème all over again.
Opera di Roma’s riveting, genre-defying production is made for this age and is one for the ages
Karampini offers a modern conductor’s take on an old, old tale.
Review: Ways of Hearing: Reflections on Music in 26 Pieces (Marna Seltzer, Dorothea von Moltke and Scott Burnham)
Unique insights into the role music plays in the lives of great thinkers.
An Aussie icon turns out to have more sides than you might imagine.
For Swafford’s Mozart, love was in the air, everywhere he looked.