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Audio Visual

From Jul 25
Presented by Pilatus, Altitude is the prestigious, black tie ball established to raise essential funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Western Australia.

Classical Music

From May 29
The most interesting works for oboe d’amore & viola d’amore in association with recorder and harpsichord in "full of love "music from the 18th century.
From May 30
The launch of The Marais Project's new CD of Swedish music
From May 30
Queensland Youth Symphony presents London Symphony

Dance

From Jun 6
The Australian Voices World Premiere "Boombox" at the Melbourne International Singers Festival. An old-school boombox sits on stage; a choir enters, presses play, and a travesty of choral music ensues. NO ROBES. NO RULES. NO WORRIES.

Film

From Jun 2
12-year-old Juan returns to Argentina in 1979 to live under an assumed alias, as his revolutionary parents conspire to overthrow the ruling military dictatorship. Benjamín Ávila’s multi-award-winning directorial debut is drawn from his own experiences.
From Jun 28
From Aug 28
Join Newcastle Youth Orchestra as we take you on a journey, learning about all instruments of the orchestra! Our musical maestro, Mr Jack Machin, will lead the talented students of the orchestra, a concert for the whole family to enjoy!

Jazz

From May 30
Tango/jazz quintet ALTURAS release their latest CD
From May 30
The Capital Jazz Project launches with a dynamic opening night double bill: Gian Slater and Miroslav Bukovsky
From May 31
Three diverse groups present an evening of latin art music far removed from the stereotypical.

Light Classics

From Jun 5
'An unforgettable experience, not just a festival'. Now in its 6th year, Australia's most exciting singers festival for choirs and individual singers being held over the Queen’s Birthday Weekend.
From Jun 5
Work with international conductors, composers and arrangers in some of Australia's finest venues. 'An unforgettable experience, not just a festival'
From Jun 5
'Kirby Shaw - A Shaw Thing' master class series. With over 3000 published classic pop and jazz choral arrangements over the past 4 decades, the legendary master choral music arranger and jazz vocalist

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From May 30
Melbourne's best up-and-coming stand-up comedians for one night only!
From Jun 1
Australiana: A Night of Australian Musical Theatre will be pay tribute to the many Australian Musicals over the last 100 years.

Stage

From May 29
Having seduced audiences on Broadway, David Ives’ hilarious, sexy and provocative smash hit Venus in Fur makes its Sydney debut.
From Jun 5
'An unforgettable experience, not just a festival'. Now in its 6th year, Australia's most exciting singers festival for choirs and individual singers being held over the Queen’s Birthday Weekend.
From Jun 5
Work with international conductors, composers and arrangers in some of Australia's finest venues. 'An unforgettable experience, not just a festival'

Theatre

From May 29
Having seduced audiences on Broadway, David Ives’ hilarious, sexy and provocative smash hit Venus in Fur makes its Sydney debut.

Visual Art

From May 30
Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) will present both new and major existing works by highly regarded Melbourne-based artist Greg Creek in its leading winter exhibition The Desktop Drawings from 30 May to 9 August.
From Jun 2
Peter Nowotny
From Jun 6
The Australian Voices World Premiere "Boombox" at the Melbourne International Singers Festival. An old-school boombox sits on stage; a choir enters, presses play, and a travesty of choral music ensues. NO ROBES. NO RULES. NO WORRIES.

World

From May 30
The launch of The Marais Project's new CD of Swedish music
From May 30
Tango/jazz quintet ALTURAS release their latest CD
From May 31
Three diverse groups present an evening of latin art music far removed from the stereotypical.