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Theatre review: Tommy, Adelaide Festival

Making its world premiere at the Adelaide Festival, this jazz reimagining of The Who’s masterpiece is far from audience-ready.

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Mozart Dances

This sublime work, choreographed by Mark Morris, was performed to a live score played by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.

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Shall we dance? Why Opera Australia staged The King and I

Why is a government subsidised company staging a work that falls squarely within the ambit of commercial theatre?

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Bennetts Lane closure strikes a bum note for Australian jazz

The impending closure of legendary Melbourne jazz club Bennetts Lane has shocked the jazz community.

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Composer Peter Sculthorpe dies aged 85

Tributes flow in for the ‘musical giant’ who passed away in a Sydney hospital on Friday morning.

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Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Classical and Spectacular

With a dramatic pyrotechnics show, this commercialised production was occasionally a matter of style over substance.

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Perth International Jazz Festival: Jazz Quarter

A New Orleans French Quarter vibe comes to Perth's Brookfield Place.

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Stonnington Jazz: The Next Generation

From family outfits to youth initiatives, Stonnington Jazz nurtures young artists and emerging talent.

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Big Names of Australian Jazz

The big names of Australian jazz slide into Stonnington Jazz for the festival’s notable line-up.

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All that (Australian) jazz

With jazz festivals over the next few months from Perth to Devonport , we listen out for an identifiable Australian…

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