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Audio Visual

From Jun 3
City Recital Hall and Ensemble Offspring present the world premiere of Seven Stories, a multisensory work that combines music, storytelling and film.
From Jun 9
For one night only, City Recital Hall transforms its foyers for a unique sound and light club experience.
From Jun 18
A rare opportunity to hear Tallis' celebrated forty-part motet live in concert

Classical Music

From May 28
Violin,viola cello trio performs music , then with wind maestro
From May 28
Our first ensembles concert of 2017! This performance showcases the TYO Philharmonic Orchestra, Academy Strings, Camerata Strings, Wind Ensemble, and our newly reinstated Percussion Ensemble.
From May 28
Mosman Symphony Orchestra's next concert showcases the enchanting sound of the harp in an all French program with works by Debussy, Dukas, Ravel and Saint-Saëns.

Dance

From Jun 9
For one night only, City Recital Hall transforms its foyers for a unique sound and light club experience.
From Jun 18
A rare opportunity to hear Tallis' celebrated forty-part motet live in concert
From Jun 29
After the success of his promo tour for the debut single Limitless, comes the release of Trent Bell’s much anticipated first ever solo EP.

Film

From Jun 9
Premier regional festival showcasing the very best of classical music from Australia and internationally; and a lively literary & visual arts program over the Queen's Birthday Long Weekend annually.
From Jun 18
A rare opportunity to hear Tallis' celebrated forty-part motet live in concert
From Aug 7
Join Hollywood screenwriter Wendall Thomas in an all-day seminar focusing on the essential techniques to writing spectacular scenes for TV & film.

Jazz

From May 28
Violin,viola cello trio performs music , then with wind maestro
From Jun 3
Sean Foran from Brisbane's Trichotomy performs an improvised piano recital and Peedu Kass with Estonian jazz trio Momentum

Light Classics

From Jun 8
Early Bird Registrations are OPEN NOW! Book and pay by 1 April 2017. We are thrilled to announce that Richard Gill AO, will be our Guest Conductor for 2017, leading the massed choir rehearsals, workshops & concerts in our 8th consecutive Festival.
From Jun 8
Choirs, individual singers, conductors, composers, and anyone who loves to sing, are all welcome to join this fantastic event!! Our guest conductor is one of Australia's pre-eminent and most admired conductors, Richard Gill AO.
From Jun 10
By Jonathan Dove. Conducted by Patrick Burns, featuring XL Arts and the School of Hard Knocks Absolutely Everybody massed choir.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From Jun 17
REUNITING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 15 YEARS, MICHAEL CORMICK AND RACHAEL BECK SHARE THE STAGE ONCE AGAIN.
From Jun 18
A rare opportunity to hear Tallis' celebrated forty-part motet live in concert
From Jun 19
Your favourite musical theatre songs and much more!

Stage

From May 31
A unique combination of theatre, lecture and board game, the Seymour Centre will present the interactive, Best Festival Ever: How to Manage a Disaster, as part of its Great Ideas Performance Series 2017
From Jun 2
This June, Merrigong Theatre Company is proud to present SHARING STORIES, a welcoming, beautiful celebration of culture and stories for Reconciliation Week 2017.
From Jun 8
Early Bird Registrations are OPEN NOW! Book and pay by 1 April 2017. We are thrilled to announce that Richard Gill AO, will be our Guest Conductor for 2017, leading the massed choir rehearsals, workshops & concerts in our 8th consecutive Festival.

Theatre

From May 31
A unique combination of theatre, lecture and board game, the Seymour Centre will present the interactive, Best Festival Ever: How to Manage a Disaster, as part of its Great Ideas Performance Series 2017
From May 31
Over 150 years after it was written, Émile Zola’s story of murderous star-crossed lovers is a carnal, cruel and corset-filled masterpiece of French realism.
From Jun 3
City Recital Hall and Ensemble Offspring present the world premiere of Seven Stories, a multisensory work that combines music, storytelling and film.

Visual Art

From Jun 9
Premier regional festival showcasing the very best of classical music from Australia and internationally; and a lively literary & visual arts program over the Queen's Birthday Long Weekend annually.
From Jun 9
For one night only, City Recital Hall transforms its foyers for a unique sound and light club experience.
From Jun 18
A rare opportunity to hear Tallis' celebrated forty-part motet live in concert

World

From Jun 3
Sean Foran from Brisbane's Trichotomy performs an improvised piano recital and Peedu Kass with Estonian jazz trio Momentum
From Jun 8
Early Bird Registrations are OPEN NOW! Book and pay by 1 April 2017. We are thrilled to announce that Richard Gill AO, will be our Guest Conductor for 2017, leading the massed choir rehearsals, workshops & concerts in our 8th consecutive Festival.
From Jun 8
Choirs, individual singers, conductors, composers, and anyone who loves to sing, are all welcome to join this fantastic event!! Our guest conductor is one of Australia's pre-eminent and most admired conductors, Richard Gill AO.