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Review: ASO's Magical Tchaikovsky

Billed as Magical Tchaikovsky, the ASO’s latest Master Series performance incorporated Wagner and Mozart, too, and that isn’t a bad road to travel. In fact, it produced a lively program of contrasts and masterful music-making.

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Opera review: The Mikado

Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic operetta The Mikado is the most recognisable and most performed of their works. Delivered with fine singing and clever stage presentation, this Adelaide production of the 1885 show is vibrant and charming.

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Review: ASO's Symphonic Dances

French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie’s performance of Ravel’s ‘Piano Concerto in G’ – by turns jaunty, melancholic and electric – was a highlight of this Master Series concert by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

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Review: ASO's Faith & Beauty

In his final appearance as principal conductor with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Nicholas Carter again demonstrated his varied and considerable talent with a program that included a delightful performance by violin soloist Grace Clifford.

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