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Classical Music
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Apr
22

Synergy Percussion: Xenakis V Pateras

Australia's oldest and foremost contemporary music ensemble, Synergy Percussion will provide audiences with an unforgettable experience in April, presenting two ambitious works of an epic scale over two consecutive nights.
 
From
Apr
24

ANZAC Eve Concert – FREE EVENT

Queensland Symphony Orchestra: ANZAC Eve Concert Featuring: Conductor Tecwyn Evans, Sopranos Lisa Gasteen and Dominique Fegan, Brisbane Police Pipes and Drums directed by Roddy MacDonald, Australian Navy Band Brisbane directed by Camille Martin, Queensland Choir directed by Kevin Power and the Brisbane Concert Choir St Andrew’s directed by Debra Shearer-Dirie.
 
From
Apr
25

Lunchtimes at Elder Hall - For the Fallen

The popular lunch hour time-slot gives people a chance to take a special break during a busy working day, or meet a friend to share in the wonderful music making. Admission prices have been kept to a minimum (just $10) to ensure all can enjoy these concerts that have become a real Friday tradition in Adelaide.
Opera
From
Apr
26

Elena Xanthoudakis 'Jewels of the Bel Canto' CD Signing at Fish Fine Music QVB 2-3PM Sat 26 April

Exciting young Australian soprano Elena Xanthoudakis will sign copies of her stunning new release Jewels of the Bel Canto between 2-3PM on Saturday 26 April at Fish Fine Music, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney.
 
From
May
02

Lyric Opera of Melbourne presents Copland's 'The Tender Land'

Bold and creative independent opera company Lyric Opera of Melbourne will transport audiences to a theatrical world where prejudice and small-town mentality prevail in a moving production of ‘The Tender Land’ by Aaron Copland, at Chapel Off Chapel from May 2 – 10, 2014.
 
From
May
10

Dame Kiri 70th Birthday Gala Tour

Experience the lyrical beauty and sublime artistry of one of the world’s great and beloved voices in recital, as Dame Kiri Te Kanawa performs her own personal selection of operatic favourites accompanied renowned New Zealand pianist Terence Dennis, her accompanist of many years.
Light Classics
From
Apr
24

ANZAC Eve Concert – FREE EVENT

Queensland Symphony Orchestra: ANZAC Eve Concert Featuring: Conductor Tecwyn Evans, Sopranos Lisa Gasteen and Dominique Fegan, Brisbane Police Pipes and Drums directed by Roddy MacDonald, Australian Navy Band Brisbane directed by Camille Martin, Queensland Choir directed by Kevin Power and the Brisbane Concert Choir St Andrew’s directed by Debra Shearer-Dirie.
 
From
Apr
27

(Not) The Last Night of the Proms – Light-Hearted Traditional

Queensland Symphony Orchestra: Music on Sundays
 
From
May
05

Trumpet and Organ III

The second instalment in the St George’s Cathedral 2014 Concert Series will be an encore pairing of Joseph Nolan, Cathedral Organist and Master of the Choristers, with David Elton (Principal Trumpet, Sydney Symphony Orchestra) following their extremely popular performances in the 2011 and 2012 series. Repertoire includes works by Bach, Stölzel, Wessman, Koetsier, Eben, Fauré, Widor, Hovhannes, and Rameau.
Jazz
From
Apr
27

ALTURAS - jazz-infused tango (with a touch of Brazil and Latin)

Contemporary tango quintet, Alturas perform their unique blend of jazz-infused tango interspersed with some Brazilian and Latin Jazz pieces.
 
From
May
03

JMC Academy Open Day - Sydney

Explore the possibilities and discover your career at the JMC ACADEMY OPEN DAY
 
From
May
09

PERTH INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL 2014

The second annual Perth International Jazz Festival returns May 9th-11th 2014. Don't miss the return of this highly anticipated event on the Perth cultural calendar. World class International, national and local artists over 3 days and 3 nights, this May.
World
From
Apr
22

Synergy Percussion: Xenakis V Pateras

Celebrating their 40th birthday this year, Synergy Percussion is a world of sound with percussion at its heart. On April 22 & 23 at Carriageworks, the ensemble will tackle Xenakis' impressive work Pleiades. In many ways since its conception in 1978, this work has remained unchallenged as the most ambitious work for percussion ensemble ever written.
 
From
May
03

JMC Academy Open Day - Sydney

Explore the possibilities and discover your career at the JMC ACADEMY OPEN DAY
 
From
May
09

The Sweet with Stone Revival and The Electric Sunkings

The Sweets headline at Bar of Bengal, with support from Stone Revival and the Electric Sunkings
Stage
On Now
Until
Apr
20

PET

Multi-award winning performer Emily Taylor, fresh from six hit seasons of her highly acclaimed solo show Cannonball, returns to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a brand new hour of satire, sketch, storytelling and character comedy.
 
On Now
Until
Apr
25

ATYP Autumn Workshops

ATYP is introducing two-day workshops that are the perfect introduction to the company and what they do. If you know anyone that hasn’t been to ATYP before (or maybe that’s you!) bring them along to join in the fun. There are also four-day workshops during both weeks that explore music theatre, film production, devising, masks, cartooning and more!
 
On Now
Until
Apr
26

Barbie Live! The Musical

Bringing together a cast of nineteen talented singers and dancers, dazzling costumes and choreography, contemporary music, spectacular lighting and incredible sets, Barbie Live! The Musical is a must-see for Barbie and music theatre fans of all ages.
Film
From
May
03

JMC Academy Open Day - Sydney

Explore the possibilities and discover your career at the JMC ACADEMY OPEN DAY
 
From
May
08

Human Rights Arts & Film Festival

Presenting the best films and artwork from around the world, the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) will challenge, touch and inspire audiences from all walks of life.
 
From
May
24

JMC Academy Open Day - Melbourne

Explore the possibilities and discover your career at the JMC ACADEMY OPEN DAY!
Visual Art
On Now
Until
Apr
27

Nick Selentisch: Play

Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) presents Nick Selenitsch: Play, an exhibition surveying a selection of key works from the past seven years by Melbourne-based artist Nick Selenitsch that can be both looked at and interacted with. Fresh from completing a large-scale project room as part of the National Gallery of Victoria’s ambitious Melbourne Now survey exhibition of contemporary art, Selenitsch will present a selection of projects at SAM from the past seven years that fall under the theme of ‘Play’.
 
On Now
Until
Apr
27

La Belle Poussière - Curated by Max Taylor AM

The Beautiful Dust - Six Artists working in Pastel 05 - 27 April 2014 Anthony Buselli | Ian Chapman | Daniel Pata | Vicki Parish | Victoria Peel | Anthony Springford
 
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Until
May
04

Lacebook - a group exhibition

Traditional craft meets contemporary ideas in a new exhibition at Peacock Gallery, Sydney
 
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