This theatre piece about Death is ingenious and thought-provoking but still has some way to go to reach its full potential.
In 2020, Vincent Plush marked his 50th year in music. Composer, conductor, teacher, broadcaster and events director, his passion for Australian music continues unabated. Currently based in Melbourne, he has been an advocate for a revival of the opera Voss for several decades.
Articles by Vincent Plush
The Australian heldentenor enthrals audiences with a recital, memories of which will remain indelible.
Vincent Plush ties a bow on this year's Canberra International Music Festival, rounding up the last day and Festival Finale.
As we celebrate the centenary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth, Vincent Plush looks back on his blazing, multi-faceted career and recalls a few personal encounters, including a rare appearance by the maestro semi-clad and wearing silver lamé.
A treat that will live long in Canberra’s memory.
This year’s CIMF continues to build on its previous strengths and uniquely positioned character, writes our reviewer from Canberra.
An extraordinary reminder of Bernstein's skill, craft and humanity, which will live long in the memory.
A beautiful concert with a little gem of a piece by Alessandro Scarlatti.
Robert Macfarlane delivers robust tone and diction to die for as Belshazzar.
Despite choristers blushing and the Anglican Church declaring it “unsuitable,” Belshazzar’s Feast went on to conquer the world. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
Some very good singing in this admirable venture was let down by the venue.
Mike Lee's superlative recital brought out things in Mozart sometimes suspected but rarely heard.
This "pocket opera" is musically admirable but has yet to achieve its full potential.