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Audio Visual

From May 1
Leyli and Majnun is a recital of new and existing compositions inspired by the ancient Arabic and Persian love story of the same name.
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 Apr 26
A song recital from poets and composers of the First World War
From Apr 26
;Melbourne Musicians' 40th Anniversary season featuring Rosemary Ball and David Soo

Dance

From Apr 30
A powerful double bill featuring William Forsythe’s masterpiece Quintett and Rafael Bonachela’s Frame of Mind.
From May 2
Monash University Academy of Performing Arts (MAPA) & Tasdance present Luminous Flux

Film

From Jun 28
From Oct 18

Jazz

From Apr 26
Since their first performances together in 1999, Matt Styles and Adam Pinto have given numerous performances in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Specialising in cross-genre works, the pair have delighted audiences with their versatility and flair.
From May 2
World Class Jazz Pianist and Composer Joe Chindamo brings his music magic to Brisbane
From May 8
CD launch for tango/jazz quintet, Alturas.

Light Classics

From Apr 26
Since their first performances together in 1999, Matt Styles and Adam Pinto have given numerous performances in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Specialising in cross-genre works, the pair have delighted audiences with their versatility and flair.
From May 3
Guitar and piano duets are a rare beast but in the hands of mimi (Duncan Gardiner – guitar and Setsu Masuda – piano), the result is breathtaking and beautiful.
From May 10
Featuring the award winning talent of Melbourne’s favourite tenor, Jonathon Welch, with special guests. The program includes stirring ballads, timeless opera classics, along with hits from musicals that you loved when you were growing up.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From May 1
The performing arts centre of the University of Sydney, the Seymour Centre, has announced the launch of its 2015 Reginald Season, showcasing the very best in Australian emerging and independent theatre.
From May 10
Featuring the award winning talent of Melbourne’s favourite tenor, Jonathon Welch, with special guests. The program includes stirring ballads, timeless opera classics, along with hits from musicals that you loved when you were growing up.
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.

Stage

From Apr 28
Red Line Productions present this one hour tour de force about two sisters drawn together through domestic violence, starring Kate Box and Janine Watson
From May 7
Following SOLD OUT shows across the country, the world’s boldest and cheekiest magic show The Naked Magicians is making its way to Sydney for an exclusive season at the Concourse Theatre, Chatswood, as part of the Sydney Comedy Festival.

Theatre

From Apr 28
Red Line Productions present this one hour tour de force about two sisters drawn together through domestic violence, starring Kate Box and Janine Watson
From May 1
The performing arts centre of the University of Sydney, the Seymour Centre, has announced the launch of its 2015 Reginald Season, showcasing the very best in Australian emerging and independent theatre.
From May 1

Visual Art

From May 2
Individual bodies of work of five Head On Associate photographers, selected for exhibition by this year's Festival Selection Committee.
From May 5
Daniel Schumann | Thomas Kellner
From May 5
The exhibition shows the pictures of "Felsenzauber", a Light Art Projekt in Bavarian Alps by the light artist Ingo Bracke.

World

From May 1
Leyli and Majnun is a recital of new and existing compositions inspired by the ancient Arabic and Persian love story of the same name.
From May 6
Mara! will perform a program of original and reworked traditional music including a snapshot of pieces played in the Ottoman Empire around the turn of the 20th Century