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Music review: ASO’s Epic

Outdated notions were convincingly refuted in this ‘epic’ concert of three significant works by women composers presented as part of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s She Speaks festival.

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Music review: ASO’s Serenity

Composer Cathy Milliken’s vision of Ediacaran fauna was brought vividly to life by the ASO in this concert, which also featured a divine performance by violinist Emily Sun and the orchestral showpiece Pictures at an Exhibition.

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Cultural stories at the heart of music-making project

Two new pieces of music inspired by an important Ngarrindjeri Dreaming story and created through an ASO project involving high school students in the Riverland are being released as part of the orchestra’s Virtual Concert Hall series during National Reconciliation Week.

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Music review: ASO’s Affirmation

Earplugs were an optional extra at the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s latest Symphony Series concert, a highlight of which was Australian composer Joe Chindamo’s thrilling new trombone concerto.

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Voices unleashed in the Hills

Of all the art forms, singing has arguably been hit hardest by COVID restrictions. This led to a particular sense of joy in the Adelaide Hills over the past week as some of the state’s best choirs were brought together by UKARIA under the guidance of a former member of the King’s Singers for a world-first ‘A Cappella Academy’.

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Opera review: The Turn of the Screw

Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the Screw is one of the most problematic of modern operas due to its subject material. So how does director Stuart Maunder tackle it in his new production for State Opera South Australia?

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Opera review: Bohème on the Beach

It’s not often you get someone sweeping a path before you as proceed to your seat for an opera performance. There’s an air of regal treatment in that, but Bohème on the Beach was an egalitarian affair, and a lot of fun to boot.

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La Traviata is coming to Her Majesty’s Theatre

State Opera South Australia has announced it will present a new production of La Traviata at Her Majesty’s Theatre later this year, with artistic director Stuart Maunder promising it will be a visually stunning and unforgettable show.

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Eight must-see acts at 2022 WOMADelaide

Ahead of WOMADelaide’s return to Botanic Park, associate director Annette Tripodi shares with us eight must-see acts ­– from a big brass band with attitude, to a Yolŋu surf rock group and a project tapping into the golden era of French pop culture.

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