music / "Root Position", Selby & Friends, Llewellyn Hall, February 28. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.
BILL STEPHENS reviews the early evening, one-show only, pop-up performances at the Spiegeltent in Civic Square.
An SOS has arrived at the arts desk from composer and music educator, Judith Clingan, director of Wayfarers Australia Choir.
The chunky, fat, romantic Australian World Orchestra is coming to Canberra for the first time, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Music / Takács Quartet. At Llewellyn Hall, August 24. Reviewed by CLINTON WHITE
After what he describes as "great night out' at the opera, reviewer TONY MAGEE says the number of talented young singers in the cast presents a great future for Canberra Opera.
music/theatre “The Polyphonic Bard” The Pocket Score Company and Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art Directed by Tamzin Nugent The Street Theatre, until December 2 Reviewed by Joe Woodward
Canberra Strings evoke success from a performance of heartfelt passion, says reviewer TONY McGEE.
Music / Dans Les Arbres. At ANU Drill Hall Gallery, June 22. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.
THE Afro-Cuban All Stars are coming to town and with them a whiff of the Buena Vista Social Club. Those famous names are intertwined with...
Music/ Review: Four Winds Easter Festival, Bermagui, April 18-21. Reviewed by JUDITH CRISPIN.
"This concert became even more exceptional by including the premiere of 'A New York Minute', written for Boyd and Metcalf, by Canberra composer Marián Budos, who was in the audience," writes music reviewer CLINTON WHITE.
One of the more intriguing Canberra-related arts stories surfacing during the centenary celebrations is that of the Famous Spiegel Garden, more commonly known around...
Arts editor HELEN MUSA talks to the most famous Brazilian musician of all time – Sérgio Mendes
“I’VE been a classical music fan since I was a child,” José Feliciano tells me by phone from the US, “but I never played...
"The music and the playing came together with precision and dynamic tonal brilliance, as it always does," writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY in praise of the Australian String Quartet.
Reviewer LEN POWER approaches a concert with interest and trepidation. He needn’t have worried.
ARIA award-winning, Sydney based electronic dance band Art vs. Science is headlining the free New Year's Eve concert in Civic Square. The three-piece consists of...
“GO Cavs Go. Go Cavs Go. Hey Canberra what do you say? The Cavs are going to win today”, are the new easy-to-learn lyrics...
Oriana Chorale was disciplined with fine balance, lovely clarity of tone and obvious joy in singing and mastering complex music, writes reviewer IAN McLEAN.