Founder Chief Conductor Artistic Director Alexander Briger AO announced the Australian World Orchestra performs under the baton of Maestro Riccardo Muti in 2018
Madman Films distributes Loving Vincent opening Australia November 2, relating the remarkable story of Vincent Van Gogh, his ill-feted life and mysterious death
Victorian Opera Season 2018 all about destiny and desire, offers audiences a marvellous experience; an encounter of the best kind, outstanding singing and music
The V&A at London and the Royal Opera House present a landmark exhibition starting on September 30, 2017 relating the story of Opera, the music of love and life
Outlander Series 3 Episode 3 sees Jamie in prison in Scotland, while Claire is studying to be a Doctor in Boston – it is a time for all debts to be paid in full
Making marvellous memories for the audience at The Whitehouse Centre Melbourne on 16 September 2017 soprano Mirusia diva divine sang superb songs From the Heart
Artistic director Paul Dyer promises the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra 2018 season will be a banquet of Baroque music with drama joy and flair like no other!
A flamenco-classical guitar fusion at the Melbourne International Guitar Festival (MIGF) 22-24 September will feature Gerard Mapstone and Richard Tedesco – Ole!
Mirusia is a singer for all seasons and performs From the Heart, the name of her album to be released in September 2017, in time for her concerts in Melbourne
Orchestral textures, symphonic overtones, choral blending and solo virtuosity dazzle in the arrangement of Andrew Ford’s optimistic memoir, The Memory of Music
Artistic Director Neil Armfield and Australian composer Brett Dean’s production Hamlet will make its Australian debut 2 – 18 March at the Adelaide Festival 2018
René Magritte: ‘The Revealing Image at the Latrobe Regional Gallery August 19 to November 19, 2017 is held in collaboration with the Magritte Foundation Belgium
This Spring the ABO will present a tribute concert Haydn Mozart & Friends with Belgian Period Horn player Bart Aerbeydt and Australian Baroque cellist Jamie Hey
Pinchgut Opera 2018 Season features early Opera delights, with Handel’s Athalia, starring Emma Pearson and Hesse’s Artserse, with Vivica Genaux and David Hansen
Charismatic Russian violinist, countertenor, director Dmitry Sinkovsky supported brilliantly by ABO musicians dazzled with his energy, vitality and sensitivity
Rose Niland reviews This Much is True by Louis Nowra directed by Toby Schmitz, presented by Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz Theatre, Woolloomooloo, Sydney