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Andrew McKinnon Presentations: Teddy Tahu Rhodes, Josh Piterman and Guy Noble in concert

HOTA - Home of the Arts 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise, QLD
Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble are thrilled to announce that Josh Piterman, the most recent Australian to star in the title role of Phantom of the Opera on the West End, will be joining them on their tour in May. This spectacular concert will now feature two of Australia’s…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Clair de Lune – The Art of French Song

Online
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Jacqueline Porter (soprano) and Dean Sky-Lucas (piano) explore the inextricable links between poetry and music in an evening of exquisite French song and sublime piano solos, featuring the works of Debussy, Fauré and Ravel. Artists: Jacqueline Porter - Soprano Dean Sky-Lucas - Piano   Program: Debussy - Fêtes galantes I Fauré - Cinq mélodies de Venise…

The Song Company: Close-Up: Becoming Beatrix

Wesley Music Centre 22 National Circuit, Forrest, Canberra, ACT
The life and writings of Beatrix Potter are the inspiration for this imaginative sweep through songs portraying women from several centuries. We all know Peter Rabbit and friends, but the tale of the woman behind the beloved children’s literature series is a treasure in itself. Becoming Beatrix tells the story…

St James’ King Street: Clouds of Gold

St James Church, King Street, Sydney 173 King St, Sydney, NSW
The Choir of St James’ and BachBand@StJames’ present a dazzling and uplifting celebration of the Easter season in their first concert for 2022, Clouds of Gold. J. S. Bach’s Ascension Oratorio BWV 11, with works by renaissance masters, Victoria and Manchicourt, will be performed alongside contemporary works by Britten, Tavener,…

West Australian Symphony Orchestra: WASO Chorus Sings: Cherubini’s Requiem

St Mary's Cathedral Victoria Square, Perth, WA
The WASO Chorus return to the magnificent acoustics of St Mary’s Cathedral to perform Cherubini’s Requiem in C minor. This ethereal, highly dramatic and ultimately transcendent work was revered by Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Berlioz and Beethoven. In a special transcription by Andrew Foote for Chorus and Organ, the WASO…

The Song Company: Close-Up: Becoming Beatrix

Mosman Art Gallery 1 Art Gallery Way, Mosman, NSW
The life and writings of Beatrix Potter are the inspiration for this imaginative sweep through songs portraying women from several centuries. We all know Peter Rabbit and friends, but the tale of the woman behind the beloved children’s literature series is a treasure in itself. Becoming Beatrix tells the story…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Simon Tedeschi and Jane Rutter – Visions Fugitives & The Lovers

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Virtual Event Virtual Event
Brilliant pianist Simon Tedeschi and stellar flautist Jane Rutter perform works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Shostakovich & others, including Tchaikovsky’s Mélodie from Souvenir d'un Lieu Cher Op. 42 (which inspired the song These Are the Things I Love), the famous Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet, Prokofiev’s Visions Fugitives, and…
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4MBS: Romance by the book

4MBS Performance Studio 384 Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo ​, QLD
Every year, Queensland’s independent classical radio station 4MBS holds what it claims to be Australia’s largest classical music festival, and with three full weeks of concerts engaging hundreds of artists, it’s a fair claim to make. This year the festival opens with a celebration of the 150th anniversary of The…

Australian Musical Theatre Festival: Philip Quast an intimate soiree

Earl Arts Centre 10 Earl Street, Launceston, TAS
Broadway and West End star Philip Quast takes us on a captivating journey through the songs and stories of his incredible life in this exclusive Festival presentation. From his parents’ dusty turkey farm in Tamworth to the dressing rooms of glittering theatres worldwide, the multi-award-winning star of musicals, plays and…

Australian Musical Theatre Festival: Songs for a New World 

Princess Theatre, Launceston 55/57 Brisbane Street, Launceston, TAS
Long before Jason Robert Brown positioned himself as one of Broadway’s finest composers, he took a trunk of abandoned, individual songs and tied them together with a theme, a significant moment of change. Originally written as a chamber piece for four performers, ‘Songs for a New World’ has been a…

Australian Musical Theatre Festival: Here’s To The Ladies

Earl Arts Centre 10 Earl Street, Launceston, TAS
Join us for a late-night soiree with a difference as the Earl Arts Centre is transformed into a glittering cabaret club. Join your host, the spectacular John O’Hara, for a late-night soiree with a difference. Discover The Earl Arts Centre anew as it is transformed into a glittering cabaret club…