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Limelight Presents: Plexus at Yellow House

Acclaimed new music Melbourne ensemble PLEXUS makes their Sydney debut with a program of contemporary music by Australian composers they have recently commissioned.
Jul 24, 2017 - Jul 24, 2017
Yellow House Sydney 57-59 MacLeay Street
This Event listed under Audio Visual, Classical Music

Audio Visual

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This is your chance to hear the world’s finest audio products in one place.
From Aug 4
BEMAC is bringing Brisbane’s two-time Queensland Music Award winners MZAZA and Melbourne’s electrifying gypsy folk trio Vardos together for an unforgettable live performance

Classical Music

From Jun 28
In this lunchtime concert, The Peter Seymour Orchestra, under the direction of leading music educator and conductor John Ockwell, performs works from the canon of Classical period repertoire
From Jun 28
World-renowned children’s choir Gondwana Voices celebrates its 20th anniversary with one Sydney performance before embarking on a major tour of Northern Europe.
From Jun 29
AHE are incredibly excited to present international pianist, Melvyn Tan in a program inspired by the beauty and romance of classical Paris.

Dance

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.
From Jul 14
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) will transform the city of Cairns with its multi-faceted, all-inclusive celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and culture.
From Aug 4
EMERGING DANCE THEATRE COMPANY, LISSAJANE DANCE, HAS BURST ONTO THE SCENE WITH THEIR AFFECTING NEW WORK.

Film

From Jul 14
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) will transform the city of Cairns with its multi-faceted, all-inclusive celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and culture.
From Aug 3
The Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to present Il giovane favoloso, directed by Mario Martone, 2014, 145’.
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 Jun 30
Million You Tube 1920s Singer, Greg Poppleton, brings Charleston and New Orleans Jazz to Wollongong and the new Gin Mill Social in Sydney, for two exciting shows.
From Jul 1
Chris Abrahams, pianist from The Necks performs at Music By The Sea in Sandgate 1st July
From Jul 23
Experience the astonishing young Scottish virtuoso David Gray in a concert of unexpected delights. Presented by the Queensland Division of the Theatre Organ Society of Australia and the Queensland Music Fesitval.

Light Classics

From Jul 23
Experience the astonishing young Scottish virtuoso David Gray in a concert of unexpected delights. Presented by the Queensland Division of the Theatre Organ Society of Australia and the Queensland Music Fesitval.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From Jul 23
Experience the astonishing young Scottish virtuoso David Gray in a concert of unexpected delights. Presented by the Queensland Division of the Theatre Organ Society of Australia and the Queensland Music Fesitval.
From Jul 26
From Oct 21

Stage

From Jul 4
The Birdsville Big Red Bash is the most remote 3-day camping music festival on the planet, featuring an incredible all-star Aussie line-up.
From Jul 14
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) will transform the city of Cairns with its multi-faceted, all-inclusive celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and culture.
From Jul 23
Experience the astonishing young Scottish virtuoso David Gray in a concert of unexpected delights. Presented by the Queensland Division of the Theatre Organ Society of Australia and the Queensland Music Fesitval.

Theatre

From Jun 28
a new Australian play by Michael Abercromby
From Jul 5
Adapted from the picture book written by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury this is the wonderful story of a family out for a walk and on the lookout for a growling bear.
From Jul 8
Simon Burke, Libby Munro and Ray Chong Nee lead a superb ensemble cast for a shamelessly entertaining farce – a rollicking backstage comedy that many have said is the funniest play ever written.

Visual Art

From Jul 14
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) will transform the city of Cairns with its multi-faceted, all-inclusive celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and culture.

World

From Jul 1
Chris Abrahams, pianist from The Necks performs at Music By The Sea in Sandgate 1st July
From Jul 16
Taikoz will present the latest in their workshop series, inviting people of any experience level to explore the thunderous energy and spirit of this Japanese inspired performance art.
From Aug 4
BEMAC is bringing Brisbane’s two-time Queensland Music Award winners MZAZA and Melbourne’s electrifying gypsy folk trio Vardos together for an unforgettable live performance