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Canberra International Music Festival: Taste of the Country

Presented by Limelight, the Festival's yearly excursion takes you to the historic homestead and gardens of Palerang, before coming back via Bungendore in the direction of Canberra's quirkiest vineyard. Three recitals, morning tea, lunch and wine tasting make for a sumptuously filled day.

Ensemble Theatre: Honour

Ensemble Theatre Sydney
Honor (Lucy Bell, MARJORIE PRIME) and George have been married for 32 years, and, as in all good marriages, have made some compromises along the way. While George forged his career as a writer, Honor left her promising literary career of her own and dived into motherhood - with no…

Canberra International Music Festival: Calvin Abdiel in Recital

Verity Lane Market 50 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra
Calvin Abdiel was the winner of Theme and Variations Foundation piano competition in 2017. The Theme & Variations Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to assisting exceptionally talented young Australian pianists to reach their potential.

Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Mahler’s Fourth Symphony

Sydney Town Hall Sydney
Experience the might and magnificence of Mahler. Not one for half-measures, the composer believed a symphony should be like the world, "it must contain everything." In his Fourth Symphony, he takes you to the heavens themselves as the SSO travels through the gates of paradise and into angelic realms. Mahler…

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra: Discover Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Arts Centre Melbourne Melbourne
Through the MSO’s Beginner’s Guide series, host and MSO cellist Nicholas Bochner, with the MSO on stage, will take a musical journey through well-known classical pieces and share the context, history and story behind these works. Through performance, conversation and interaction, the MSO will give you the best music lesson of your life. For their first Beginner’s…

Canberra International Music Festival: Ahimsa – Meditations on Gandhi

Fitters Workshop Kingston
Created and directed by our jazz luminary Sandy Evans 150 years after Gandhi's birth, Ahimsa fuses jazz, Hindustani and Carnatic chant with contemporary electronic sounds. Each of the three movements is a musical response to a fundamental idea from Gandhi's writings on Ahimsa (non-violence), translated into Sanskrit by Chris Whiteman…
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Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra: Evoke | Beethoven & Berwald

City Recital Hall Sydney
Franz Berwald, now regarded as one of the most important Swedish composers of the 19th century, was rather overlooked during his lifetime – so much so that he wound up managing a glassworks for almost a decade when he couldn’t make a living composing, before a hit opera landed him a…

State Theatre of South Australia: Euphoria

Adelaide Festival Centre Adelaide
School teacher Meg wants to start a new festival called “Euphoria” to celebrate everything her country town has to offer. Former student Ethan doesn’t think there’s much to celebrate at all, until he meets Annie and hatches a plan for a campervan escape. Meg’s husband Nick wants Meg to slow…

Griffin Theatre Company: Dogged

SBW Stables Theatre Sydney
The air is freezing. The night is dark. The bush is endless. And there’s no certain way home. On the lands of alpine Victoria, on Gunaikurnai country, a story of familial bonds unfolds. Faced with the looming foreclosure of her family’s property, a farmer’s daughter is on the hunt in…

Rogue Projects: Not Today – An Original Song Cyclie

The Bordello Room Level 4, Kings Cross Hotel, Potts Point
An intimate cabaret experience, Rogue Projects presents Ally Morgan's Not Today, a frank, funny, and emotion-charged song cycle about trying to make the most of life, while you can. Featuring an entirely original score, Ally will take you on a bumpy ride through life as a not-yet-famous 26-year-old. The song…

JTM Productions: Sex, Lies & Betrayal – Memoirs of a Hollywood Star

Old Museum 480 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills
Welcome to Hollywood – the playground of the rich and famous, where fortunes are made, virginity is lost and sexual encounters are many. She was the sexual promise, the object of desire and once known as the most beautiful woman in the world. Her life reads like an erotic Mills…

Norbury Productions: After Oscar

Gasworks Arts Park 21 Graham Street, Albert Park, Melbourne
In 1895, playwright Oscar Wilde was found guilty of gross indecency and with his sentence came a worldwide scandal. But, what of his wife? What of his two children? Oscar’s trial left his family bankrupt, homeless and friendless. "After Oscar", tells the story of Mrs. Constance Holland, the wife of…