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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Australia

Use Bachtrack's search facility to find concerts, opera and dance events not only in this country but right around the world. Bachtrack has the largest number of upcoming events of any website, and if you want to read reviews of events which have taken place here, or in another country, you can search here for exactly the reviews which interest you.

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MelbourneReissiger, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich

Reissiger, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich
Trio Anima Mundi

SydneyOmega Ensemble: Night Serenades

Dvořák, Dohnányi, Kats-Chernin
Omega Ensemble

SydneyMolto

Chopin, Gordon, Handel
Sir Frederick Ashton; Tim Harbour; Stephen Baynes; Australian Ballet; Julia Trevelyan Oman; William Bundy; Kelvin Ho

MelbourneCarmina Burana: Season finale gala

Stravinsky, Orff
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Andrea Molino; Emma Matthews; Kanen Breen; Christopher Magiera; National Boys Choir of Australia

WollongongBeethoven 250

Schubert, Vaughan Williams, Clyne, Beethoven
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti
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Verklärte Nacht stars in ACO’s concert return

Richard Tognetti and the ACO © Daniel Boud
Concert life returns to Sydney with a programme of Mendelssohn and Schoenberg by the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
*****
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Amazing Breaking the Waves: Scottish Opera at the Adelaide Festival

Sydney Mancasola (Bess) © Andrew Beveridge

Breaking the Waves is a remarkable opera. Scottish Opera has brought a thrilling cast, orchestra and team to Adelaide, and its audiences are all the richer for it.

*****
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Davide Livermore's La Scala Attila travels to Sydney

Taras Berezhansky (Attila) © Prudence Upton
Livermore updates the scene to the 1930s, but seems to be setting Mussolini's Italians against invading Germans. 
***11
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(Not quite) absolute Beethoven: Ludovic Morlot in Perth

Ludovic Morlot © Brandon Patoc
The Australian String Quartet joins the West Australian Symphony Orchestra under Ludovic Morlot for an enjoyable and  timely round of Beethoven interleaved with John Adams' homage to the 250-year old composer. 
***11
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Castellucci’s makeover of Mozart’s Requiem at the Adelaide Festival

Mozart's Requiem © Tony Lewis

A work designed to be performed in church has become a dramatic music theatre event that captured and held me enthralled throughout in a meditation on both death and life.

****1
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