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Graham Strahle

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Graham Strahle

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Graham Strahle writes for InReviewAustralian Book Review and The Australian. Previously, he was senior writer at Music Australia, and for many years wrote reviews and music articles for The Adelaide Review. A contributor to LimelightLoudmouth and various other publications, he also enjoys writing program notes, occasional teaching at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, and playing the viola da gamba.

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Opera review: The Marriage of Figaro

Setting The Marriage of Figaro in the Houses of Parliament might sound anathema to lovers of this opera, but the comedy it brings is thoroughly up-to-date and worthy of a TV sitcom. This State Opera SA production is brilliant.

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Music review: The ASO's Ecstasy

To hear Anthony Marwood play Korngold’s Violin Concerto genuinely as a concerto and not as film music was revelatory, and so was Chloé van Soeterstède’s conducting in two much-loved works by Debussy and Rachmaninov.

Music

Music review: ASO's Glory

The ASO’s cathedral series could not have come a better time, and particularly this one called ‘Glory’. With conflict and tensions around the world, those seeking a moment of sanctity were amply rewarded.