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In whose hands does mercy truly lie?
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs Mahler’s grandest work with panache.
An engaging portrait of the frantic final months of Mozart’s life.
Like Aldous Huxley’s classic 1932 novel of the same name the Brave New World exhibition explores the powerful impact these utopian ideals and dystopian realities had on the arts of 1930s Australia.
Repertoire that has been a life-long companion, superbly re-recorded… the stars surely aligned for this album, a true labour of love.
A first-rate, inspired rendering of Mendelssohn’s five superb Symphonies. Here is a remarkable manifestation of musical intent.
The epic becomes the intimate in Christopher Nolan's symphonic account of endurance and survival during the Dunkirk evacuation.
The authors explain both simple and complex examples of algorithms and relate them to the human experience.
There are some moments – all choreographed by the Ensemble – that effectively evoke the machoism of war.
American conductor James Gaffigan leads a colourful program of dance-inspired classics.
A performance that promised more than was delivered.
For those who enjoy the feeling of déjà vu.
A quirky play about family relationships , depression, grief and loss, and more.
Michael Frayn's classic backstage comedy returns... and seems to never leave.
Everything changes eventually. Especially people.
By A Thread utilises seven performers, 30 metres of rope, and two pulleys to explore ‘the relationship between trust and play’.
Indian actress Kali Srinivasan reminds us what it is to be human in Biryani.
Stepping into the world of competitive poultry fanciers, this documentary couldn’t be more sincere and affectionate.
A survey of the preeminent Vietnamese-Australian artist that looks to the edges of practice and memory rather than hero works.
Excellent family fare for all ages.
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