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Audio Visual

From Jul 1
The International HiFI Show comes to Melbourne.

Classical Music

From Jun 26
Leonard Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms” and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ “Benedicite” will be the centrepieces in this celebration of sacred music at Temple Beth Israel Synagogue.
From Jun 26
Sydney's Boutique Opera Company presents fully costumed opera highlights teamed up with a great meal in a relaxing local pub
From Jun 26
The GROVE CLASSICS 2016 Grand Finale with some of the best one might select for a cello/piano duet

Dance

From Aug 10
What is "good parenting" anyway? The second production in the Joan’s 2016 Brave New Work season is the critically acclaimed Never Did Me Any Harm.
From Sep 9
‘ONE TALE… TWO PERSPECTIVES… THE GREATEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD.’

Film

From Jul 5
Jorge, a young man of Mayan roots, and his half Italian son Natan, embark on an ancestral journey into the open sea.
From Oct 2
Concert 1- VIRTUOSO- A Homage to my Ancestors CD Launch featuring Rimsky-Korsakov, Paganini, Mozart, Monti, Vivaldi, Spanish Classical and Flamenco and Carolan's Harp and Lute Music arranged for Spanish Guitar.

Jazz

From Jul 13
Stellar Sydney band exploring the music of one of jazz's greatest and most compelling saxophonists and composers
From Aug 7
A concert of unexpected delights where heart-warming music meets astonishing keyboard skills.
From Aug 8
Unbound by notions of genre, Punch Brothers’ collaborative, porous approach to music making results in an extraordinary and dynamic performance that is laced with breathless motion and humour.

Light Classics

From Aug 7
A concert of unexpected delights where heart-warming music meets astonishing keyboard skills.
From Oct 23
A rare opportunity to see two of Australia's greatest stars in an intimate venue.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From Jun 30
This show goes back to what cabaret should be: Bryce at a grand piano, singing his trademark combination of kindaheartfelt- kinda-stupid original songs.
From Jul 1
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see Simon Burke up close and very personal as he reflects on his forty year career.
From Jul 2
A great opportunity to learn and practise your audition craft with some of the foremost musical theatre practitioners in Australia

Stage

From Jul 8
Award-winning independent company Lemony S Puppet Theatre winter school holiday production is a gorgeous mix of live art-making, puppetry and magic realism.
From Jul 13
“…when you look up at night, it will be as if all the stars are laughing…”
From Jul 14
Adapted for the stage by Garry Ginivan & Mark Jones. Based on the books by Hazel Edwards, illustrated by Deborah Niland

Theatre

From Jun 26
From Jun 29

Egg

An eco-adventure for ages 8 to ancient! Silly, funny, and a little bit cracked, Egg is filled with clowning, puppetry, hope and the promise of renewal.

Visual Art

From Jun 26
John Caldwell is one of Australia's master landscape artists, with more than forty solo exhibitions, twice selected for the AGNSW Wynne prize, receiving numerous awards including the Art Gallery of NSW's Trustees Watercolour Prize.
From Jun 26
The Australian landscape is reborn, not as a colonial outpost, surveyor's plot, picturesque sign of leisure/work, ownership, but as a conceptual and aesthetic playground for the artist's imagination, writes Imogen Corlette of Bernd Heinrich's Paintings.
From Jun 27
Korean-Australian jewellery artist Jin Ah Jo examines her personal story in her first Melbourne solo exhibition.

World

From Jul 8
A chance meeting at the Women in Music networking event at BIGSOUND 2015 has lead to an exciting collaboration between Australia’s first rock chick Carol Lloyd and first nations female vocal ensemble The Verandah ChiX.