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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Sydney, NSW, Australia

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July 2018
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SydneyAidaNew Production

Verdi: Aida
Andrea Battistoni; Davide Livermore; Opera Australia; Pier Giorgio Morandi; Gianluca Falaschi; Amber Wagner

SydneyPictures at an Exhibition

Rimsky-Korsakov, Higdon, Mussorgsky
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero; Benjamin Beilman

SydneyMad for Love - Sumi Jo and José Carbó

Benedict, Purcell, Auber, Rossini, Sorozábal, Alyabyev, Donizetti, Brodszky, Lara, Lehár, Strauss II, Korngold, Gershwin, Bellini
Sumi Jo; José Carbó; Guy Noble

SydneyLucia di Lammermoor

Jessica Pratt (Lucia) and ensemble © Prudence Upton
Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor
Carlo Montanaro; John Doyle; Opera Australia; Liz Ascroft; Jessica Pratt; Michael Fabiano


Verdi: Rigoletto
Renato Palumbo; Elijah Moshinsky; Opera Australia; Michael Yeargan; Tracy Grant Lord; Dalibor Jenis; Irina Lungu

SydneyCocktail Hour

Ibert, Debussy, Massenet, Shostakovich
Musicians of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
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Mad scenes in Sydney for Jessica Pratt’s Lucia

Jessica Pratt (Lucia) and ensemble © Prudence Upton
With her signature role’s coloratura fireworks and dramatic nuance, Jessica Pratt’s Sydney Opera House debut is one to remember.
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The art of storytelling: Dalisa Pigram’s Gudirr Gudirr

© Heidrun Lohr
This solo performance is a touching, tender, and powerfully-told story of Australian Indigenous identity in northwest Australia's Kimberley region.
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Fabulous musical performance of Athalia in Sydney

Emma Pearson (Athalia) and Freddie Shaw (Joas) © Robert Catto
Handel's Athalia is a wonderful English oratorio but this production, while musically wonderful, was marred by a problematic staging with infuriating surtitles.
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Bangarra: The darkness between the stars

Beau Dean Riley Smith, Kane Sultan-Babij and Yolanta Lowatta in Dark Emu © Daniel Boud
Dark Emu is a beautifully choreographed dance response to Bruce Pascoe's award-winning book.  In combining current debate with millenia-old living tradition, it is both topical and profoundly poetic.
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Ignition and internal combustion from Sydney Dance Company

Janessa Dufty and Izzac Carroll © Pedro Greig
The world premiere of Rafael Bonachela's first full-length work in six years, *ab [intra]* features astounding partnering and lives up to its claim of representing the energy of the creative dance process.
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From little things, big things grow: The AWO returns to Sydney

Riccardo Muti conducts the Australian World Orchestra © David Collins
On their return to Sydney, the Australian World Orchestra under Riccardo Muti offer a subdued reading of Brahms’ Symphony no. 2 and a thrilling account of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no. 4.
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