Innovative concert streaming platform Melbourne Digital Concert Hall is continuing to expand as it provides opportunities for Australia’s musicians to work – and for audiences around the country and across the world to see and hear them play.

With more than 155 concerts under its belt – streamed from locations spanning Perth to Berlin – and having raised over $650,000 for Australian musicians since its inception, MDCH has now announced it is joining forces with Sydney’s National Art School to present a series of 21 recitals featuring 70 artists over six weeks streamed from the Cell Block Theatre.

Cell Block Theatre The National Art School’s Cell Block Theatre. Photo courtesy of Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Up until now, MDCH has been streaming its Sydney concerts from the University of New South Wales. However as life returns to normal, the Sir John Clancy Auditorium will be required by the university for its own activities, hence the change of venue.

The new Sydney Spring Season, which begins on September 24 and runs through October, will feature artists including William Barton, Véronique Serret, Simon...

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