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Voyces: Songs Without

WA Museum Boola Bardip Perth Cultural Centre, Perth, WA
Text, rhythm, melody, something. Each of the pieces within this eclectic mix might have a missing piece, but we couldn’t do without a single one. Featuring a program of works all missing an intrinsic part of choral music, Voyces will present a vibrant palette of contemporary choral sounds, textures and…

Leichhardt Espresso Chorus: Handel: Israel in Egypt (A new variant)

Hunter Baillie Presbyterian Church Cnr Johnston and Collins St, Annandale, Sydney, NSW
Plagues, floods, frogs, hailstones, fleas and now… RATS. Experience the Leichhardt Espresso Chorus + Chamber Orchestra + Soloist Mark Donnelly as they frog leap into Handel’s Israel in Egypt with pandemic recitatives and rhymes. Conducted by Artistic Director Michelle Leonard OAM
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Pinchgut Opera: Orontea

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
As enterprising as ever, Pinchgut presents the Australian premiere of Antonio Cesti’s light-hearted opera about Orontea, Queen of Egypt, who falls for a glamorous refugee artist only to find herself at odds with a whole bunch of rivals. Premiered in 1656, Orontea was an instant hit, admired for its attractive blend…
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Pinchgut Opera: Orontea

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
As enterprising as ever, Pinchgut presents the Australian premiere of Antonio Cesti’s light-hearted opera about Orontea, Queen of Egypt, who falls for a glamorous refugee artist only to find herself at odds with a whole bunch of rivals. Premiered in 1656, Orontea was an instant hit, admired for its attractive blend…

Editor's Choice Recurring

Pinchgut Opera: Orontea

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
As enterprising as ever, Pinchgut presents the Australian premiere of Antonio Cesti’s light-hearted opera about Orontea, Queen of Egypt, who falls for a glamorous refugee artist only to find herself at odds with a whole bunch of rivals. Premiered in 1656, Orontea was an instant hit, admired for its attractive blend…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Andrew Goodwin and Sonya Lifschitz in Concert

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Tenor Andrew Goodwin and pianist Sonya Lifschitz perform an exciting concert of lieder by some of Europe’s greatest composers. All box office proceeds from this live-streamed performance go straight to the artists. Artists: Andrew Goodwin - Tenor Sonya Lifschitz - Piano Program: Fauré - Après un rêve from Trois melodies,…

City Recital Hall: A Little Lunch Music: Meet Lyn Williams, Founder of Gondwana Voices & Sydney Children’s Choir

City Recital Hall Sydney, NSW
Lyn Williams AM transformed the choral landscape with the founding of three world-renowned children’s choirs: The Sydney Children’s Choir, Gondwana Voices and the Gondwana Indigenous Choir. These choirs have shaped thousands of lives, with alumni performing in opera houses and concert halls across the world, and have assisted in the…

St Andrew’s Cathedral: Happy and Glorious – A Celebration of the Queen’s Jubilee

St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney Crn George and Bathurst Streets, Sydney, NSW
Celebrate HM The Queen's Platinum Jubilee, with Royal music from across the centuries. From Handel's 'Zadok the Priest', Parry's 'I was Glad', Walton's thrilling 'Orb & Sceptre' Coronation March to Vaughan Williams, Byrd and Rutter. Featuring the St Andrew's Cathedral Choir of Boys and Men, Brass, Harp, Organ and soloist…

Brisbane Concert Choir: Luminous Night of the Soul

St Peter's College Chapel 66 Harts Rd, Indooroopilly, QLD
The 300 year old brilliance of Bach and beautiful contemporary harmonies of Ola Gjeilo - Conductor Dr Debra Shearer-Dirié directs Brisbane Concert Choir and an ensemble from Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra on a soulful journey of exploration and contemplation stretching across the ages
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The Scomodo Voce Singers: Considering Matthew Shepard

Kelvin Grove State College 205 Victoria Park Road, Kelvin Grove, QLD
Considering Matthew Shepard represents one of the most significant Choral works of the 21st Century. Styled as a three-part passion oratorio, the work is a response to the murder of, 21 year old gay man, Matthew Shepard. On October 6, 1998, University of Wyoming student, Matthew Shepard, was picked up…
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Sydney Opera House: Becoming Eliza

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
In this world premiere, Australia’s much-loved star soprano Anna O'Byrne shares her honest and personal story of stepping into one of the most iconic roles in musical theatre - Eliza Doolittle. Handpicked by Dame Julie Andrews to play Eliza in the 60th Anniversary production of My Fair Lady, O'Byrne overcame her…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Sydney Eisteddfod – Australasian Open Choral Championships

Australian Digital Concert Hall
Virtual Event Virtual Event
Selected choral group finalists will perform at the Sydney Eisteddfod Australasian Open Choral Championship and The John Lamble Foundation Australasian Championship for Youth Choirs (19 & under) & Open Primary Choir! An opportunity to watch the finest choral talent in Australia, it will be a performance to remember! Artists: Event…