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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra: Joy

Adelaide Town Hall 128 King William Street, Adelaide, SA
You can’t help but be drawn in by the dark beauty of Mozart’s concerto—a unique, haunting experience. It’s hard to imagine a more emotionally involving symphony than Rachmaninov’s Second—from its brooding beginning, through moments of passionate abandon and pure joy, it’s like a love affair with a fabulous ending. And…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Queensland Youth Symphony – Inner Worlds

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Hybrid Hybrid Event
Nicole Murphy is one of Australia’s most highly regarded young composers and QYS is going to perform her new work alongside two contrasting masterpieces by Richard Strauss, Also Sprach Zarathustra, and the Four Last Songs, with soprano Leanne Kenneally. Composed 50 years apart, these two works offer very different interpretations…

Queensland Symphony Orchestra: Classic Rock live

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Glenelg St, South Brisbane, QLD
Classic Rock Live honours the real sound of rock with a killer 8-piece rock band, 5-powerhouse vocalists and Queensland Symphony Orchestra – for one night only at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre on Saturday 28 May 2022. With a massive musical line-up from the epic Bohemian Rhapsody to the haunting…
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Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra: Elgar Cello Concerto

Albert Hall, Launceston 47 Tamar St, Launceston, TAS
As a safeguard against COVID cancellations, the TSO programmed a series of concerts for 2022 showcasing its own principal musicians as soloists. Here the TSO’s Principal Cello Jonathan Békés is given the reins of Elgar’s beloved Cello Concerto, made iconic by Jacqueline du Pré and a favourite among audiences the…

Australian Chamber Orchestra: ACO Up Close: Timo-Veikko ‘Tipi’ Valve

Pier 2/3 13 Hickson Rd, Dawes Point, NSW
Get to know ACO Principal Cello Timo-Veikko ‘Tipi’ Valve There is much to discover about the musicians in the ACO in this series of recitals in Sydney and Melbourne. Hailing from eight countries and 14 cities, every ACO musician has their own story and unique musical journey. Our ACO Up Close series…

West Australian Symphony Orchestra: The Rusty Orchestra

Perth Concert Hall 5 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA
Community musicians share the stage with WASO Featuring excerpts from Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 4 Antonín DVOŘÁK Symphony No.9 From the New World Aram KHACHATURIAN Sabre Dance ...and more! Peter Moore conductor Over 50 community musicians from all over Western Australia sit side-by-side with WASO musicians to present this…

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Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Alexander Gavrylyuk performs Prokofiev No 1

Sydney Town Hall 483 George St, Sydney, NSW
Prokofiev was, like Mozart, a child prodigy excelling in both piano and composition. At age 21 he created his First Piano Concerto, with a piano part that glitters and sparkles with a brilliant clarity. It’s a cheeky, playful piece with a trademark wit for which the which the mature Prokofiev…

West Australian Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven and Brahms – Morning

Perth Concert Hall 5 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA
Brahms’ stirring variations effortlessly and joyfully blends together the clarity and purity of Haydn’s Classical style with his own richly-textured orchestral sound. Short it may be, but Beethoven packs an astonishing amount of invention, technique and sheer imagination into his “Haydnesque” Eighth Symphony, which endlessly delights and surprises.
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Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Alexander Gavrylyuk performs Prokofiev No 1

Sydney Town Hall 483 George St, Sydney, NSW
Prokofiev was, like Mozart, a child prodigy excelling in both piano and composition. At age 21 he created his First Piano Concerto, with a piano part that glitters and sparkles with a brilliant clarity. It’s a cheeky, playful piece with a trademark wit for which the which the mature Prokofiev…
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West Australian Opera: Koolbardi wer Wardong

Albany Entertainment Centre 2 Toll Pl,, Albany, WA
Aliwa yeyi! (Look out now!) Feathers will fly in this cautionary tale. Koolbardi the Magpie and Wardong the Crow are two very proud, vain, jealous brothers. Watch as their cunning, rivalry and one-upmanship brings them unstuck in spectacular fashion. Set on Noongar Boodja (the south west corner of Western Australia),…
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West Australian Opera: Koolbardi wer Wardong

Albany Entertainment Centre 2 Toll Pl,, Albany, WA
Aliwa yeyi! (Look out now!) Feathers will fly in this cautionary tale. Koolbardi the Magpie and Wardong the Crow are two very proud, vain, jealous brothers. Watch as their cunning, rivalry and one-upmanship brings them unstuck in spectacular fashion. Set on Noongar Boodja (the south west corner of Western Australia),…
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West Australian Symphony Orchestra: Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms

Perth Concert Hall 5 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA
A tutor to Beethoven, an inspiration to Brahms, Haydn is one of the greatest and most influential of all composers. His brilliantly virtuosic Sinfonia concertante is the perfect vehicle to showcase some of WASO’s finest musicians. Brahms’ stirring variations together with Beethoven’s dramatic overture and striking “Haydnesque” Symphony, will intrigue,…