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Melbourne Recital Centre: Arcadia Winds – Destiny

Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne, VIC
Their performance in Elisabeth Murdoch Hall explores the notion of destiny. Beginning with a piece by long-term collaborator Elizabeth Younan, Kimset is the newest wind quintet from the emerging luminary. Andre Jolivet’s Sérénade for Wind Quintet channels the composer’s obsession with mythology and ancient, primal music-making practices. Followed by a world premiere by winner…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, Guy Noble and Jane Rutter – The Best Of

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Hybrid Hybrid Event
Three iconic stars: Bass Baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes, pianist-conductor Guy Noble, and flutist Jane Rutter reunite in a wonderful musical celebration. Great friends, the trio revisit their spectacular careers, with highlights from Opera, best-loved Classical works, popular French favourites, Sea Shanties and a Peter Dawson tribute, all delivered with a…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Hamed Sadeghi and Adem Yilmaz

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Virtual Event Virtual Event
Tar virtuoso Hamed Sadeghi and renowned percussionist Adem Yilmaz take you on a journey through Persian classical music, middle eastern folk music and improvisation. Whilst creating new sounds, they also honour traditional music to narrate the stories of ancient civilisations. All box office proceeds from this live-streamed performance go straight…

Melbourne Recital Centre: Kristian Chong & Friends – The Brahms’ Sonatas with Timo Veikko Valve

Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne, VIC
About Kristian Chong & Friends Kristian Chong and Friends is chamber music with Kristian and his friends at the highest level, delivered by some of the leading Australian and international instrumentalists in duos, trios, quartets and quintets. One of Australia’s leading pianists, Kristian Chong is known for his virtuosic pianism,…

Dylan Imeneo: The Woodlark: A Robert Burns Song Cycle

Church of All Nations Carlton 180 Palmerston st, Carlton, Victoria
An evening of song showcasing a newly composed song cycle comprised of selected poetry by the Scottish bard Robert Burns. This Robert Burns song cycle consists of eight pieces, and has been recently composed by Dylan Imeneo, it will be performed by the inimitable bass-baritone James Emerson, with piano accompaniment…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: The Melbourne Octet – Bach and his Contemporaries

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Virtual Event Hybrid Event
The Melbourne Octet, accompanied by strings and continuo, will explore the vocal and instrumental music of JS Bach and one of his major influences, Dietrich Buxtehude. The programme includes a rarely-heard gem by Bach’s predecessor at the Thomaskirche in Leipzig, Johann Kuhnau, and Bach’s exquisite arrangement of it. All box…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Camerata: Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra – Illuminations

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Virtual Event Virtual Event
French chic meets British refinement! In their next mainstage concert, Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra performs sensual string music by Britten, Elgar and Debussy, featuring guest artist, Soprano Sofia Troncoso. Join Camerata for Elgar’s wistful Serenade for Strings, Debussy’s impassioned String Quartet and Sofia’s “impressive powerful voice” (Limelight) for Britten’s…
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Adelaide Guitar Festival: On the Road – Streaky Bay

Streaky Bay Institute 29 Alfred Terrace, Streaky Bay, SA
The now-annual Adelaide Guitar Festival is a celebration of what is perhaps the most welcoming and accessible instrument in the world. Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan has assembled a terrific lineup for 2022, including workshops, exhibitions on the history of Yamaha and Australian guitars, performances by stars including Xuefei Yang and…
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Adelaide Guitar Festival: On the Road – Elliston

Elliston Community Hall 6 Memorial Dr, Elliston, SA
The now-annual Adelaide Guitar Festival is a celebration of what is perhaps the most welcoming and accessible instrument in the world. Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan has assembled a terrific lineup for 2022, including workshops, exhibitions on the history of Yamaha and Australian guitars, performances by stars including Xuefei Yang and…
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Adelaide Guitar Festival: On the Road – Cleve

Cleve Hotel 32 Fourth Street, Cleve, SA
The now-annual Adelaide Guitar Festival is a celebration of what is perhaps the most welcoming and accessible instrument in the world. Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan has assembled a terrific lineup for 2022, including workshops, exhibitions on the history of Yamaha and Australian guitars, performances by stars including Xuefei Yang and…

The Art House: Up Close – And Personal: Sydney Male Choir

The Art House 19-21 Margaret Street, Wyong, NSW
Every now and then we are surprised by what people do. Not always in a good way. But when you put forty blokes in a room with a musical director and a pianist – it’s surprising what can happen. In a good way! For over 100 years the Sydney Male…

UKARIA: Kristian Winther, Anna Pokorny and Konstantin Shamray

Ukaria Cultural Centre Mt Barker Summit, SA
I'm very excited to present this program of five wildly different and visionary composers. Max Reger is the last giant of the romantic period, and his monumental Chaconne for solo violin is like a musical frieze depicting the development of music from Bach to Brahms. Controversial futurist, author, inventor, pianist…