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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Australia

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MelbourneKolja Blacher

Haydn, Bernstein, Beethoven
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Kolja Blacher

Perth WAThe Best of Bernstein

Bernstein
West Australian Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Northey; West Australian Symphony Orchestra Chorus; Nicholas Tolputt

MelbourneWest Side Story, Film with Live Orchestra

Bernstein: West Side Story
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Northey

MelbourneBernstein Classics

Copland, Mahler, Bernstein
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey; Nicholas Tolputt; Liane Keegan; Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus

MelbourneBernstein On Broadway

Bernstein
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey; Sarah Fox; Liane Keegan; Michael Petruccelli; Brett Polegato
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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.
****1
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The Lady in Red: Queensland Ballet’s Firebird and Carmen

Camilo Ramos and Sophie Zoricic in Acosta's Carmen © David Kelly
A youthfully fresh corps and Victor Estévez hold together this uneven double bill, with Acosta’s troubled Carmen demonstrating the challenges of adapting opera to ballet.
***11
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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.
****1
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The State Opera’s Pearl Fishers graces Adelaide's stage

A remarkable Leïla from Desiree Frahn and insightful direction from Michael Gow combine for a precious production of Bizet’s early masterpiece.
****1
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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.
****1
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