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Critically acclaimed 2014 Adelaide Festival a box office success

Critically acclaimed 2014 Adelaide Festival a box office success

David Sefton’s 2nd Adelaide Festival was epic and adventurous featuring outstanding theatre, dance, music, film, visual arts, and Writers’ Week.

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Zorn@60

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Zorn@60

John Zorn and friends delivered everything from A(SO) to Z(orn) over four mammoth and unforgettable shows, cultimating in this final show, Zorn@60.

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Triple Bill

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Triple Bill

Triple Bill , the third of four shows in the ‘Zorn in Oz’ extravaganza, opened and ended spectacularly and held that level throughout the concert.

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Classical Marathon

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Classical Marathon

John Zorn’s got rhythm, music, subtlety, intelligence and dignity and us mere mortals wouldn’t dream of asking for anything more…

Adelaide Festival Review: School Dance

Adelaide Festival Review: School Dance

The final play in Windmill Theatre’s brilliant trilogy explores the story of those who feel invisible. It is a play for those who feel they never fit in.

Adelaide Festival Review: Continuum

Adelaide Festival Review: Continuum

The Australian String Quartet’s one-night-only concert was a program of perfect classical concertos with two contemporary and incredibly beautiful local pieces.

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Masada Marathon

Adelaide Festival Review: Zorn in Oz: Masada Marathon

Masada Marathon was the first of four massive shows by John Zorn and his extraordinary group of friends. Zorn on alto saxophone had us from the get-go.

Adelaide Festival Review: Tectonics Program 2

Adelaide Festival Review: Tectonics Program 2

From the temperate opening to the structure-moving conclusion, Tectonics part 2 was a day of extremes in which Ilan Volkov and his artists brought all the bells and whistles to the superb Queen’s Theatre.

Adelaide Festival Review: Tectonics Program 1

Adelaide Festival Review: Tectonics Program 1

Ilan Volkov’s Tectonics is a program of new orchestral commissions, hard‐core experimental electronica, improvisations from pioneering & modern-day composers.

Adelaide Festival Review: Blackout

Adelaide Festival Review: Blackout

Skilfully directed with a top-notch production team, Blackout deserves to be seen, but do not panic if you don’t understand it completely.

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