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Australian Digital Concert Hall: Festival of Voices – Handel Four Coronation Anthems

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Hybrid Hybrid Event
Under the dazzling and dextrous baton of Graham Abbott, the Festival of Voices Workshop Choir together with Hobart Chamber Orchestra will perform Four Coronation Anthems – from the well-known and emphatic Zadok the Priest to the tender subtlety of My heart is inditing. This is Handel through the ages, in…
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Festival of Voices: Walk with Me

Cascades Female Factory Historic Site 16 Degraves St,, South Hobart, TAS
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…
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Festival of Voices: Classical Choral Workshop

Hobart Town Hall 50 Macquarie St, Hobart, TAS
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…
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Queensland Theatre: Robyn Archer: An Australian Songbook

Queensland Theatre Brisbane, QLD
Robyn Archer — Australian legend, industry pioneer and provocateur — has delighted audiences around the world with her powerhouse shows. Singing songs from the underground cabarets of the Weimar Republic, the salons of 19th century France and the folk clubs and Broadway stages of New York City, Robyn has conjured…
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Queensland Theatre: Robyn Archer: An Australian Songbook

Queensland Theatre Brisbane, QLD
Robyn Archer — Australian legend, industry pioneer and provocateur — has delighted audiences around the world with her powerhouse shows. Singing songs from the underground cabarets of the Weimar Republic, the salons of 19th century France and the folk clubs and Broadway stages of New York City, Robyn has conjured…
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Queensland Theatre: Robyn Archer: An Australian Songbook

Queensland Theatre Brisbane, QLD
Robyn Archer — Australian legend, industry pioneer and provocateur — has delighted audiences around the world with her powerhouse shows. Singing songs from the underground cabarets of the Weimar Republic, the salons of 19th century France and the folk clubs and Broadway stages of New York City, Robyn has conjured…
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Festival of Voices: Queer Choir Workshop

Salamanca Arts Centre 77 Salamanca Pl, Battery Point, TAS
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…
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Festival of Voices: The Tasmanian Songbook

Paranaple Arts Centre Market Square, 145 Rooke St,, Devonport, TAS
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…

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…
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Festival of Voices: Queer Choir Workshop

Salamanca Arts Centre 77 Salamanca Pl, Battery Point, TAS
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…
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Festival of Voices: Gospel Workshop with Maria Lurighi & Andrew Legg

Various locations
Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice is set to roar into life in Tasmania, with a range of events across genres including choral, contemporary and cabaret. More than just a series of concerts, the festival is also an educational and participatory opportunity, welcoming all who wish to sing and spend…

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…