Plenty of interest in the latest trawl of the archives from Australian Eloquence.
Significantly shorter than the original two-part production, this new take is just as magical.
Benjamin Bayl leads Canberra Symphony Orchestra through a beautiful selection of baroque, and baroque-inspired, masterpieces.
A glossy awards evening celebrating the achievements of women in all facets of the music industry.
This new Aussie rock musical is so outrageously funny it holds you in a head-lock until the final countdown.
The truth behind collections of First Nations remains is revealed in this disturbing new play.
This recital program, celebrating Melbourne talent, left the audience feeling a glow.
An outstanding survey of Australian new music, but caution is needed when it comes to categorising compositions.
The stunning voice of Australian-Chinese lyric tenor, Kang Wang, shone through in a superlative recital as part of Opera Queensland’s Studio series.
The stunning Jonas Kaufmann and his gifted colleagues rise above a problematic production.
An exquisite concert of sonic landscapes, mysticism and mythology, featuring music by Joe Chindamo, Respighi, Lisa Illean and Sibelius.
This absorbing, meditative piece featuring poetry by Leonard Cohen and music by Philip Glass is sure to trigger a good discussion.
This play about First Nations women is a remarkable achievement for its author Brittanie Shipway and the entire creative team.
Finely-wrought songs by one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century.
Antonini & Co combine contemporary precision with old-fashioned charm.
Handsome revival rescues opera unfairly consigned to Siberia.
Stars align in Muti’s hard to be bettered Verdi Requiem.
Debut album brings much-neglected French women composers out of the shadows.
Andsnes and Co. reap a bumper crop from a Mozart annus mirabilis.
Cross-channel collaboration lends piquant French sensibility to a great English opera.
Rousset shops on eBay and turns up more than just trinkets.
Though the film is well crafted, the crucial ingredients of mischief and wild imagination are missing.
Featuring arresting imagery and music, this follow up to Mountain carries a strong environmental message.
A British true story captures the spirit of the great Ealing comedies.
Kenneth Branagh’s evocation of his life as a boy during Northern Ireland’s Troubles is a triumph.
Walter’s up-to-date, illustrated translation comes with insightful analyses.
Insights galore from the mind and piano stool of one of music’s sharpest thinkers.
Smith’s riotous memoir embraces the lows as well as the highs.
An authoritative account of music transcending a life scarred by war and alcohol.