The West Australian Symphony Orchestra bring two of the greatest
living French instrumentalists, Gautier Capuçon and Jean-Yves Thibaudet,
to Perth for two nights of spectacular music.French Flair will feature a program of Debussy and Rachmaninov alongside the world premiere of Richard Dubugnon’sEros Athanatos conducted by Ludovic Morlot, who will also be making his debut with WASO.
To mark their 70th birthday Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra presents Romeo Retold,
a concert featuring the musical interpretations of Romeo and Juliet, a
work that has inspired artists for over 400 years, from Prokofiev’s
majestic ballet to the jazz influenced West Side Story. Happy Birthday
In Brisbane this month Queensland Theatre’s Artistic Director
Sam Strong helms David Williamson’s play revealing the difficult man
behind the myth of Sir Isaac Newton,Nearer the Gods, with a cast including Matthew Backer, William McInnes and Rhys Muldoon.
Sydney Dance Company will this month debut a new work by acclaimed Australian choreographer Anthony Hamilton,Forever and Ever, in a double bill with Rafael Bonachela’s 2015 Helpmann award winningFrame of Mind.
Opera Australia is touring Madama Butterfly
to Tianjin, Qingdao, Shenzhen and Zhuhai, that will be the company's
first multi-city international tour. The Australian Ballet is touring
their lavish productionSleeping Beauty to Beijing, Nanjing and
Shanghai, West Australian Ballet is currently performing three
contemporary works at the Dance Stages Shanghai Dance Festival,
Bangarra Dance Theatre is also heading north, returning to India for a
second time as part of the Australian government’s festival program. The
Australian Chamber Orchestra have been invited by the Barbican to be
International Associates at Milton Court in London in late October.
included more highlights below. With over 40 opening nights this month,
the full list can be found by selecting our performance link above.
Australian Major Performing Arts Group