The elegant Sydney hotel is offering a new series of intimate recitals by leading musicians and performers, combined with high tea or a degustation dinner.
Festive fare from Tamara-Anna Cislowska and her five colleagues as Sydney Town Hall hosts six grand pianos.
Run by Moogahlin Performing Arts, this year's festival will develop six new works by First Nations storytellers, four of which will be performed live this weekend as part of Sydney Festival.
The groups are just two of the recipients of Create NSW’s Play the City initiative, which is helping artists put on COVID-Safe concerts in the centre of Sydney.
William Barton and Véronique Serret evoke an ever-shifting landscape that grips the audience from start to finish.
The new music ensemble leads an innovative, thought-provoking, and moving tour through Erskineville, which addresses Australian identity.
Co-director Chris Howlett gives us a taste of what’s on offer in the festival’s second year.
Tamara-Anna Cislowska tells us about a concert at Sydney Festival that will see six pianists play six grand pianos in the Sydney Town Hall.
Modern and minimal string quartets shimmer in brand new guises.
Kalnits delivers powerful Prokofiev in a new guise.
Baroque violinist sheds light on the music of lesser-known followers of Corelli.
Daniel Rojas and Ensemble Apex celebrate Latin American sounds with new tangos and reinventions of old classics.
Next year’s offering from Music on the Terrace spans The Little Mermaid to Baroktoberfest, as well as the launch of a new Soirée Series at Perth’s Government House.