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Queensland Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty transports audiences back to childhood magic and wonder with princesses, fairies and dragons. Showing from now until the 19th, this ballet is a must-see.
Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Firebird concert Friday March 19, presented a morning of instrumental splendour and fiery storytelling.
Opera Queensland’s Lorelei tells the story of an ancient myth, with a modern twist. Featuring three of Australia’s leading opera voices in a boundary-breaking mix of opera, musical theatre and cabaret, this is a show well worth seeing.
Queensland Ballet’s 60th Anniversary Gala on Friday night in the QPAC Playhouse was a joyous and momentous event for the company, celebrating their achievements over the last 60 years.
Guitarist Slava Grigoryan, together with ensemble Southern Cross Soloists, transported audiences across the seas to Spain and France on Sunday afternoon.
Southern Cross Soloists, together with acclaimed classical guitarist Slava Grigoryan, will present an afternoon of musical delight in Souvenirs De Aranjuez.
QSO’s Beethoven’s Emperor on Saturday was a concert fit for a king and a fitting finale to their 2020 season.
Retired dancers, Hao Bin and Meng Ningning, will return to the stage for Queensland Ballet’s 60th Anniversary Gala, at QPAC from 8-11 October 2020 .
Presented by Adelaide-based theatre company Slingsby, The Young Prince bursts from the imagination of Oscar Wilde to the Brisbane stage at QPAC’s Cremorne Theatre from 23 to 27 July.