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Australian World Orchestra: Chamber Music

The Australian World Orchestra’s (AWO) Chamber Orchestra ensemble, performing Mozart & Beethoven’s Quintets for Piano and Winds.
Aug 10, 2014 - Aug 10, 2014
The Utzon Room Sydney Opera House
This Event listed under Audio Visual, Classical Music

Audio Visual

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From Aug 16
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From Aug 23
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Classical Music

On now until Aug 7
Orchesatra Victoria returns with its On the mOVe program with free concerts in Sunshine, Sale and Bendigo.
From Aug 1
Australia's most prestigious international chamber music event will give emerging young musicians access to top national and international artists during the Advanced Masterclass Programme and the Young String Ensemble Workshop.
From Aug 1
The Australian Festival of Chamber Music presents the finest musicians from around the world in a wonderfully unique and innovative ten day programme of concerts set in the tropical warmth of Townsville, North Queensland.

Dance

From Aug 21
Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary circus company, CIRCA, are bringing their Helpmann award-winning ensemble creation S to Riverside Theatres from 21st to 23rd August 2014.
From Aug 28
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.

Film

From Aug 3
Come and enjoy Sunday afternoons in August on The Concourse, celebrating music and film from the early 20th century.
From Aug 9
Explore the possibilities and discover your career at the JMC ACADEMY OPEN DAY

Jazz

From Aug 3
Come and enjoy Sunday afternoons in August on The Concourse, celebrating music and film from the early 20th century.
From Aug 7
Australian Art Orchestra performing cutting edge improvisation with some of the most interesting younger players on the jazz scene. There is only one hour of rehearsal/discussion at the venue directly before the gig. Curated by Scott Tinkler.
From Aug 10
Black, Brown and Beige Presented by Monash University Academy of Performing Arts

Light Classics

From Aug 8
Polyphonic Voices present a heart-warming program to thaw the bleakest of midwinter nights.
From Aug 10
Bringing together the two worlds of jazz and classical music. The Monash Academy Orchestra and the Monash University Big Band join forces to present a program of works which embody the jazz idiom.
From Aug 19
Street Requiem is a new choral work that aims to bring a sense of peace, remembrance and hope to many communities, struggling to come to terms with street violence and a loss of safety on our streets.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From Sep 10
Book and Lyrics by James Millar Music by Peter Rutherford A song series of short stories about falling in love from both perspectives…
From Sep 24
City Recital Hall Presents Painted From Memory The Music of Bacharach and Costello Starring Michael Falzon and Bobby Fox “Exquisite orchestrations and subtle wordplay.” Rolling Stone Magazine

Stage

From Aug 4
The acclaimed play depicting the extraordinary friendship of poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen staged to mark the centenary of the declaration of WW1.
From Aug 8
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.
From Aug 8
A ripping yarn for the family, wrapped up in the music of Mozart

Theatre

From Aug 8
Steam Productions proudly presents Dennis Kelly's award-winning play Orphans.
From Aug 8
Steam Productions proudly presents Dennis Kelly's award-winning play Orphans.

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 Aug 23
Conny Dietzschold Gallery is proud to present a joint exhibition of two artists coming from opposite sides of the globe, yet sharing an affinity for the materiality of expression. Donald Martiny and Sherna Teperson will demonstrate their fascination with matter and touch.

World

From Aug 8
Using a suitably impoverished sound world that incorporates found objects, field recordings, and toys alongside a grand piano and percussion.
From Aug 19
Street Requiem is a new choral work that aims to bring a sense of peace, remembrance and hope to many communities, struggling to come to terms with street violence and a loss of safety on our streets.
From Aug 22
Between Worlds is the debut album of saxophonist Nick Russoniello (ABC Young Performer of the Year 2011, 2013 Fine Music Kruger Scholar) featuring the acclaimed Acacia Quartet. To celebrate the album Nick Russoniello, the Acacia Quartet and the Project Histoire have planned a tour!