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Salle: Arts Centre Melbourne

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Adresse100 St Kilda Road

VIC 3004
ContainsHamer Hall
State Theatre
Google maps37° 50' 6.367" S 144° 58' 28.268" E
février 2021
Événements à venirEn voir plus...

MelbourneCheetham and Beethoven

Cheetham, Beethoven
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Jaime Martín; Aaron Wyatt

MelbourneBrett Dean and Brahms

Dean, Brahms
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Jaime Martín

MelbourneSophie Rowell plays Sutherland

Mendelssohn, Sutherland, Ravel
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Northey; Sophie Rowell

MelbourneRautavaara: Angel of Light

Lyon, Barber, Rautavaara
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Northey; Rachel Shaw; Nicolas Fleury

MelbourneShostakovich and Beethoven

Chostakovitch, Beethoven
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Lawrence Renes

MelbourneTransfigured Night

Ravel, Laing, Schönberg
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Lawrence Renes; Jack Schiller Schiller

MelbourneMetropolis: Blood on the Floor

Turnage: Blood on the floor
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Lawrence Renes; Carl Mackey; Carl Morgan; Sam Anning; Ben Vanderwal

MelbourneRuler of the Hive: Shakespeare and the Symphony

Berlioz, Eötvös, Verdi
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Johannes Fritzsch; Pamela Rabe
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Young cast, old production: Opera Australia’s Rigoletto is on song

Amartuvshin Enkhbat (Rigoletto) and Liparit Avetisyan (Duke of Mantua) © Jeff Busby
A much-loved 1991 production evoking Fellini’s post-war glamour and grime is revived with three talented young principals, including Mongolian baritone Amartuvshin Enkhbat in the title role.

Vivica Genaux and Sydney's Pinchgut wow Melbourne

Vivica Genaux and Erin Helyard © Albert Comper
Vivica Genaux enjoys huge success in a Melbourne concert of Baroque delights, the first venture of Sydney's Pinchgut Opera Company outside its home turf.

Master masons: Holten’s Meistersinger comes to Melbourne

Michael Kupfer-Radecky (Hans Sachs) © Jeff Busby
Having offered a strong feminist reading of Wagner's Ring, could Kasper Holten do the same again for Die Meistersinger? Opera Australia's co-production had moments of excellence, but ultimately left the viewer with more questions than answers

Opera Australia revives its Berlin Bohème

Yosep Kang (Rodolfo) and Maija Kovalevska (Mimì) © Jeff Busby
A fine cast led by Maija Kovalevska conveys the timeless beauty and emotion of Puccini’s Parisian melodrama, but the 1930s Berlin setting remains an imperfectly realised transformation.

TAB’s Spartacus' All is fair in love, and gladiator gore

Kevin Jackson and Jake Mangakahia in TAB's Spartacus © Jeff Busby
The Australian Ballet’s adaptation of the historic Ancient Roman story fuses violence, seduction, and the anguish of separation. It delivers a mesmerising display of masculinity, through widly explosive battle scenes.

Opera Australia’s Tosca highlights the tyranny of evil Scarpia

Marco Vratogna (Scarpia) © Jeff Busby
Remarkable singers and magnificent sets successfully transpose Puccini’s Tosca to Nazi-occupied Rome, bringing home the horror of tyranny and how possible it is to occur.

Opera Australia's beautiful La traviata returns to Melbourne

Corinne Winters (Violetta) © Jeff Busby
The quality cast purred, but glorious roars are required to jolt audiences from placid enjoyment of Opera Australia’s gorgeous 24-year-old production of this Verdi classic.

Sir Andrew Davis leads Elgar’s Gerontius in Melbourne

Sir Andrew Davis © Lucas Dawson
The double choir triumphs in the MSO’s massive, mostly successful attack on an English choral masterpiece all too rarely performed in Australia.