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West Australian Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven's Ninth

In a thrilling conclusion to WASO’s Beethoven Festival, the monumental Choral Symphony will be brought to life by over 200 musicians from WASO, the WASO Chorus and an exceptional cast of soloists.
Jan 1, 1970 - Jan 1, 1970
This Event listed under Audio Visual, Classical Music

Audio Visual

From Sep 4
Fresh from the successful release of her recent album Vertigo, Elodie Sablier's performance at the Basement brings together her exquisite piano composition and performance skills.
From Sep 28
Sublime choral music from across the ages
From Oct 14
A new dance solo work by Australian choreographer and performer Byron Perry.

Classical Music

On now until Nov 20
Adelaide Festival Centre Presents Cocktail Concerts with Niki Vasilakis
On now until Sep 7
Marking the final stage of a four year cycle based on the elements of Earth, Water, Air and Fire, The Song Company celebrate the heat and raw passion of FIRE and the music that expresses it, in their latest program Vocal Fireworks.

Dance

On now until Sep 4
For the first time ever in Australia, the American Ballet Theatre comes to QPAC for an exclusive season in 2014. Of all the great classics performed by ABT today, Swan Lake remains the quintessential ballet, the one that defines the standards of the Company, tests its dancers and ennobles the spirit of the audience.
From Sep 5
For the first time ever in Australia, the American Ballet Theatre comes to QPAC for an exclusive season in 2014. This triple bill showcases ABT’s ability to bring an edgy and fresh approach to ballet, proof of their status as one of the world’s leading dance companies.
From Sep 11
FORM Dance Projects will present two new works by three of Sydney’s most sought after young choreographers, Carl Sciberras, Matt Cornell and Miranda Wheen at Riverside Theatres from 11th to 13th September.

Film

From Sep 4
Fresh from the successful release of her recent album Vertigo, Elodie Sablier's performance at the Basement brings together her exquisite piano composition and performance skills.
From Sep 6
Keen on studying at one of the best film schools in the world in 2015? AFTRS – Australia’s national screen arts and broadcast school is opening its doors to prospective students and the public on Saturday September 6 from 10am-3pm…
From Sep 11
Four days of diverse and exciting Australian and international feature films, shorts and documentaries, informative workshops and film networking events showcasing emerging filmmakers from around the world with a spotlight on Western Sydney.

Jazz

From Sep 4
Lovers of Jazz can enjoy a casual groove with the Spring Jazz Cafe Series.
From Sep 4
Fresh from the successful release of her recent album Vertigo, Elodie Sablier's performance at the Basement brings together her exquisite piano composition and performance skills.
From Sep 5
Music of delicacy, optimism, warmth and expressiveness, this project remembers the music of Jann Rutherford, one of the most distinctive voices in Australian jazz. Performed by original members of her band, Paul Cutlan, Roger Manins (saxes) and Craig Scott (bass) who will be joined by award-winning pianist Matt McMahon and drummer Dave Goodman.

Light Classics

On now until Nov 20
Adelaide Festival Centre Presents Cocktail Concerts with Niki Vasilakis
From Sep 4
Fresh from the successful release of her recent album Vertigo, Elodie Sablier's performance at the Basement brings together her exquisite piano composition and performance skills.
From Sep 10
Colin Noble will take to the stage to perform Messiaen's masterpiece 'Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant Jesus', in the year that marks the 70th anniversary.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From Sep 7
An Indoor Picnic and Cabaret Celebrating 70 Glorious Years of the Actors Benevolent Fund.
From Sep 10
Book and Lyrics by James Millar, Music by Peter Rutherford, LOVEBiTES is the Love Actually of musical theatre, a song series of short stories about falling in love from both perspectives…
From Sep 12
Cut opera company Emotionworks presents 'Death by Elegy' a new musical play by Dick Gross. Featuring original songs and requiems by Mozart, Verdi and Faure. World premiere

Stage

On now until Sep 7
One relationship. Infinite possibilities. Roland meets Marianne at a barbeque. She?s a physicist, he?s a beekeeper. They are an unlikely match, but this is not your average boy-meets-girl love story.
On now until Sep 7
Not so much a cabaret show as a cry for help, Britney Spears: The Cabarethas had acclaimed seasons in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and is now embarking on a tour of Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Parramatta from July – September 2014.
From Sep 3
The Banned Writings of The World’s Most Depraved Movie Star Kinski And I will play at the Old 505 Theatre from September 3 – September 14 2014 as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival. Kinski And I explores playwright and film critic CJ Johnson’s response to German movie star Klaus Kinski’s sordid memoir of sexual addiction. As a lover of celebrity memoirs that do not shy away from squalid truths, nothing prepared CJ Johnson for Klaus Kinski’s Uncut, which reveals and revels in an intense, often pornographic description of Kinski’s lifelong sexual addiction.

Theatre

From Sep 3
The Banned Writings of The World’s Most Depraved Movie Star Kinski And I will play at the Old 505 Theatre from September 3 – September 14 2014 as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival. Kinski And I explores playwright and film critic CJ Johnson’s response to German movie star Klaus Kinski’s sordid memoir of sexual addiction. As a lover of celebrity memoirs that do not shy away from squalid truths, nothing prepared CJ Johnson for Klaus Kinski’s Uncut, which reveals and revels in an intense, often pornographic description of Kinski’s lifelong sexual addiction.
From Sep 3
The Banned Writings of The World’s Most Depraved Movie Star
From Sep 3
The Banned Writings of The World’s Most Depraved Movie Star

Visual Art

On now until Sep 7
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre will present two of Australia’s leading visual artists in a cross-cultural feast for the senses. Selected works from Vivienne Binns and Hossein Valamanesh will be showcased in a free exhibition from 19th July to 7th September 2014.
On now until Oct 26
The worlds of art and sport collide as sixteen leading Australian artists finalise their works for submission in the 4th biennial $100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize. The works, which confront issues and themes in sport, will be exhibited at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, from 22 July.
On now until Sep 24
Pottery that purrs like a Cheshire cat

World

From Sep 4
The Australian Garden Show Sydney will be displaying dozens of gardens covering a variety of styles from inspirational gardens, large-scale, custom-built installations delivered by leading Australian and international landscape designers, to encourage the everyday garden enthusiast by showcasing a mixture of cutting edge and traditional designs.
From Sep 6
Passionate, fiery tango music with explosive jazz solos....
From Sep 7
Passionate, fiery tango with explosive jazz solos....