A well-shaped programme with pieces that spoke to each other across the centuries.
Amanda Muggleton delivers caustic humour, flying insults and real vulnerability as Maria Callas.
The premiere of Paul Stanhope's much-anticipated Trombone Concerto receives a warm response.
The Queen of Sheba's long-awaited Perth arrival doesn't disappoint.
★★★½☆ Decibel blows the traditional concerto out of the water.
★★★☆☆ Brendan Hanson gives a tour de force performance in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
★★★★☆ David Nixon’s ballet captures the decadence of the 1920s to perfection.
★★★☆☆ A gutsy attempt in which some moments soared while others fell short.
★★★½☆ Intercurrent demonstrates a contemporary music scene alive, evolving and thriving.
For all the banter and the ping pong balls, Asher Fisch and WASO has proved a match made in heaven.
★★★☆☆ Thrilling Britten and Stanhope leave Dvořák in their wake.
★★★★★ Bubbling over with opulence, it doesn’t get more fun than this.
★★★½☆ Glittering, honeyed sound and impressive coherence from Verbitsky and WASO.