News

17th September, 2019

Entertainers with a Mission

Growing up in a Fitzroy Street restaurant, I became aware at an early age that St Kilda had many people who could not afford to dine ...

12th September, 2019

MCO launches 2020 Melbourne season

On 11 September, Melbourne Chamber Orchestra launched its 2020 Melbourne season. Season program highlights include: Performances of Vivaldi and Giuliani concertos with guitarist Slava Grigoryan Performances ...

12th September, 2019

The Production Company announces final curtain call

Jeanne Pratt AC, founder and Chairman of The Production Company, announced that after 21 years and 65 musicals, her company will present its final musical in ...

Reviews

A full house for the opening night of Melbourne Opera’s production of Norma reflected a continuing healthy appetite for bel canto masterpieces. In 2014 a concert …

The Right has all the right moves revealing the bureaucratic underbelly of a political machine. Perhaps you were disappointed with the elections last autumn and need …

Verdi’s Messa da Requiem is far from being the obvious program choice for Melbourne Bach Choir. Formed in 2005 expressly for a performance of J.S. Bach’s …

Following a highly successful production of Malcolm Williamson’s Our Man in Havana in 2016, Lyric Opera of Melbourne continues to add to Australia’s cultural heritage, this …

The stars aligned last Saturday night at the Australian Ballet premiere of Sylvia, a standout production of mythological proportions. Sylvia is a constellation of spectacular dancing, …

To celebrate the eightieth anniversary of the establishment of The Australian Boys Choir the combined forces of the Institute presented an ambitious concert of stunningly forward …

Kenny Broberg, a prizewinner from the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition, gave a superb recital on Wednesday evening at the Melbourne Recital Centre in a program …

Sometimes it’s great to be a kid again and relive those times when you were taken to the theatre for a special treat. That’s the buzz …

As the cheers greeting the premiere performance of Dixit Dominus and its composer Stefan Cassomenos subsided, it was easy to forget that there were important announcements …