Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Adelaide, SA, Australia

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December 2017
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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra; John Mauceri


Wagner, Bernstein, Saint-Saëns
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas Carter; James Ehnes

AdelaideLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Co-Opera Co

AdelaideTognetti Tchaikovsky Brahms

Tchaikovsky, Mazzoli, Clyne, Brahms
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Maxime Bibeau; Ike See; Glenn Christensen; Musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music

AdelaideSteven Isserlis plays Shostakovich

Adams, Shostakovich, Kats-Chernin, Haydn
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Steven Isserlis

AdelaideGoldberg Variations

Bach, Stravinsky, Adès
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Erin Helyard
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A carefree, comic Don Pasquale in Adelaide

Clever casting combined with good singing, classy chorus work and quality ensemble music has produced an enjoyably entertaining Don Pasquale from State Opera of South Australia.
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Tragedy and comedy in a double bill in Adelaide

Manuel de Falla’s rarely performed La Vida Breve and Giacomo Puccini’s comic Gianni Schicchi are quite contrasting mini-operas, united by common threads of deception and the clash of class distinction.
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Eugene Onegin on the move in Australia

Co-opera is a remarkable opera company currently taking an attractive performance of Eugene Onegin to large cities and small towns throughout Australia.
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Quality performances of Cav and Pag

A remarkable performance for State Opera of South Australia from Rosario La Spina as Turiddu in Cavalleria rusticana and Canio in Pagliacci was evidence of the brilliant tenor he has become.
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Concerto Italiano’s classy L’Orfeo thrills

Concerto Italiano excels performing Baroque music, especially the works of Monteverdi. This year it highlights L’Orfeo in its 410th year, and does it exceptionally well.
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Glyndebourne's Saul wins over Adelaide

The stunning Glyndebourne production of Saul by Barrie Kosky also makes a big impact in the Adelaide Festival.
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