Feb Sneak Peeks 2019

February may be short, but it will pack a punch. Theatre offers a powerful mix of timeless classics and contemporary works, including Alan Bennett’s uplifting The Lady in the Van (Melbourne Theatre Company), Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer prize-winning Our Town (Black Swan State Theatre Company), Arthur Miller’s incomparable Death of a Salesman (Queensland Theatre), a stinging new satire — How to Rule the World (Sydney Theatre Company), and Belvoir's high-octane Barbara and the Camp Dogs, set to rock out at the Malthouse Theatre this month and Queensland Theatre in March after a sell-out season in Sydney.

Feb Sneak Peeks 2019

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Orchestras or operas — there’s plenty to choose from. The West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s season opens withWASO’s Favourites, while West Australian Opera and the City of Perth will stage a free performance ofLa Traviata. Adelaide Symphony Orchestra kick off 2019 with their Season Opening Gala. Queensland Symphony Orchestra’sHeavenly mixes Mozart and Mahler in their Master’s Series, and master trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will perform with the SSO and the MSO.The Brandenburg Concertos reveal the imperishable genius of J.S. Bach at Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. State Opera South Australia’s production of Purcell’sKing Arthur features legendary European ensemble Gabrieli Consort & Players; while renowned Wagnerian singers Katarina Dalayman and Peter Rose will join Melbourne’s Derek Welton for Victorian Opera’s new production ofParsifal.

There’s Lunar New Year celebrations and don’t miss one of summer’s hottest tickets — the West Australian Ballet’s world premiere ofIn-Synch: Ballet at the Quarry.

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