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Australian Wind Symphony: Celebrate

Bicentennial Hall Queanbeyan 253 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan
Join us for our second performance in our 2021 Season at our new home of the recently refurbished Bicentennial Hall in Queanbeyan.. Artistic Director and Chief Conductor, Geoff Grey promises a full program demonstrating the full brilliance of the wind orchestra experience. The AWS proudly feature living composers and this…
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Melbourne Chamber Orchestra: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne
As a priest working in an orphanage, most of his music was only heard by a small circle of people in Venice, and almost all of it was forgotten, lost or disregarded for nearly two centuries after his death. The Four Seasons is not just well-known: it’s one of the most…
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Bega Valley Regional Gallery: Art Month Sapphire Coast

Bega Valley Regional Gallery Zingel Pl, Bega
Art Month Sapphire Coast, a month of art, performances, music, events and glorious food! This August you can trip the fantastic light down the 225kms of our spectacular coastline as local artists, performers, musicians, dancers, potters and sculptors display their wares in studios and at events, lunches, dinners and workshops…

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall: Standing with Sydney – Anna Da Silva Chen & Kristian Winther

Online
Virtual Virtual Event
Anna Da Silva Chen and Kristian Winther perform virtuoso repertoire for solo and duo violins. Towering unaccompanied works by Max Reger and Eugene Ysaÿe are presented alongside Bartók’s folk-music inspired duos and Reger’s 'Olden Style' Canons and Fugues for two violins. Exciting and energetic music performed by two virtuosic young…
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Bega Valley Regional Gallery: Art Month Sapphire Coast

Bega Valley Regional Gallery Zingel Pl, Bega
Art Month Sapphire Coast, a month of art, performances, music, events and glorious food! This August you can trip the fantastic light down the 225kms of our spectacular coastline as local artists, performers, musicians, dancers, potters and sculptors display their wares in studios and at events, lunches, dinners and workshops…
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Melbourne Chamber Orchestra: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne
As a priest working in an orphanage, most of his music was only heard by a small circle of people in Venice, and almost all of it was forgotten, lost or disregarded for nearly two centuries after his death. The Four Seasons is not just well-known: it’s one of the most…

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra: Symphonic Diplomacy

Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne
What role does the 21st Century orchestra have in fostering mutual understanding between countries? The power of cultural initiatives to forge more immediate and relatable links between countries cannot be underestimated. Creative innovators from Australia’s musical fields frequently find themselves at the cutting edge of diplomacy, their entrepreneurial efforts finding…

Adelaide Symphony Orchestra: Love and Other Catastrophes – Classics Unwrapped 3

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide
Truer words were never spoken, and, as if in response to Pearl’s pearl of wisdom, conductor Guy Noble has squeezed as much love as possible into Classics Unwrapped’s final fling of 2021. He and the ASO bring you looks of love from the smouldering (Bizet’s fiery Carmen) to the cynical (Mozart’s comedy…

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall: Christopher Pidcock & Edward Neeman – Final Sonatas

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Virtual Virtual Event
Bringing two Canberra musicians together and the final instrumental sonatas of Beethoven and Shostakovich, this concert is dedicated to those who are feeling the weight of the lockdowns currently in place. From the Gulags of Siberia, to the tragedy of Beethoven’s Adagio, these works touch on lost freedom, self-reflection and…
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Queensland Symphony Orchestra: Breathtaking Tchaikovsky

QPAC South Bank
Australia’s favourite pianist is in Brisbane this month to play Liszt’s demanding First Piano Concerto, one of the seminal 19th-century works for piano and orchestra that features the expected virtuosic fireworks but also contains a profound musical and spiritual agenda as the composer sought new ways of approaching the form.…