Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox

Ah, the ‘good ole' days’: When music had depth, singers had charm and style, musicians were multi-talented and punters dressed for the occasion.

California Crooners Club

I have rarely seen a musical show that is so interactive, comedic and charming in it's delivery – you can't tell whether you're at a jazz club or a comedy house.

Snow White | Ballet Preljocaj

Ballet Preljocaj’s Snow White is this year’s QPAC International Series performance exclusive, run in association with the Brisbane Festival.

Simone Young

Simone Young coaxed the most varied textures out of the orchestra with an impeccable ear for balance.

The Wider Earth | Queensland Theatre Company and Dead Puppet Society

Entering into the world of The Wider Earth is like journeying back in time to a near-magical landscape, a landscape that it is hard to believe is still the one we inhabit today.

Vince Jones

There’s a sense of real sharing on stage, no clashing egos, just sublime music making by some of the best in the business.

Sun Rising: The Songs That Made Memphis

This cabaret entertainment starts quietly enough, well alright it’s a touch ‘schoolish’ but only for a minute or two, while narrator David Cosma introduces a slice of popular music’s history, a mid-twentieth century’s seminal moment.

Lang Lang with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra

When the extraordinary pianist Lang Lang wiped his sweaty face during Prokofiev’s Third Piano Concerto, I wondered if he should have mopped the piano’s brow too.

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