The Diary of Anne Frank | Adelaide Repertory Theatre

In this production, Director Geoff Brittain and his team of excellent actors does The Rep a real service, and gives the theatre-goers of Adelaide a true gift.

Chamber Landscapes II

No musical discourse on the Australian landscape is complete without its great poet, Peter Sculthorpe, and we heard two of his early, ground-breaking engagements with it

WOMADelaide

WOMADelaide – the World Music Festival – is back in town again. This is a chance to relax, go back to nature and immerse in the cultures of the world through music, dance and art.

Peter and the Wolf | Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

When Miriam Margoyles, doyenne of stage, film and TV told the capacity audience in the Festival Theatre that we were going to be “feasting on sound” she hit the proverbial nail on the head.

Chamber Landscapes

Embedded within the Adelaide Festival this year is a series of chamber music concerts called Chamber Landscapes, held in the Ukaria Cultural Centre in the Adelaide Hills.

La Gaia Scienza

La Gaia Scienza. The Gay Science. Die Fröhliche Wissenschaft. Not many musical ensembles have, as far as I know named themselves after a book by Nietzsche. (Though why not? The Beyond Good and Evil wind quintet from Helsinki, perhaps…)

L’Orfeo | Concerto Italiano

Three decades of immersion in the particular performance idioms of the early 17th century have given them an authenticity which sounds completely natural, indeed which convinces from the very outset that this is the only way that Monteverdi’s music can reveal all of its riches.

Betroffenheit | Electric Company Theatre and Kidd Pivot

It not only imitates life, it penetrates the emotional heart of a terrible trauma, re-enacts it, and universalises it in one of the most direct acts of catharsis I have ever seen.

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