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

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Hybrid 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…
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Festival of Voices: The Tasmanian Songbook

Tasmanian Country Club Country Club Avenue, Prospect Vale, 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: Lior

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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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…
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Festival of Voices: Reuben Kaye – Live and Intimidating

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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Canberra Symphony Orchestra: Messiah

Llewellyn Hall ANU Canberra, ACT
The most performed piece of classical music worldwide, George Frideric Handel composed his Messiah in just 24 days, writing morning to night. While not exceptionally fast by the composer’s own standards, what’s extraordinary is how, in a period of weeks, Handel created a work of such invention, inspiration and timelessness that…

: The Tasmanian Songbook

Theatre Royal, Hobart 29 Campbell Street, Hobart, TAS
A celebration of Tasmanian songs and songwriters   The Tasmanian Songbook project continues in 2022.  Songwriter, Producer, Instrumentalist and Musical Director Scott Targett returns with top Tasmanian musical talent including Tom & Nick Wolfe, Glenn Richards, Claire-Anne Taylor, Jed Appleton and Special Guests The Tasmanian Songbook celebrates the legacy of Tasmanian…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Festival of Voices – A Cappella Showcase

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Virtual Event Virtual Event
Featuring ensembles ranging from 15 to 60 voices, the program highlights the performance outcomes from the A Cappella workshop led by Tim Wayne-Wright and the Queer Choir workshop led by Dr Kathleen McGuire. The showcase will also include a vibrant selection of Australian A Cappella choirs. All box office proceeds…
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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…

Sydney Philharmonia Choirs: Grant Us Peace: Music of Vasks

St Mary's Cathedral St Marys Rd, Sydney, NSW
With Covid and climate change, now, perhaps more than ever, we need the music of Pēteris Vasks, a composer who believes music shouldn’t “tell how awful things are, how bad the world is, how bad people are” but instead “how beautiful the world is, how beautiful people’s souls are.” Vasks’…