Con Open Academy Autumn 2024

This year, the Sydney Conservatorium’s OPEN ACADEMY celebrating 50 years of music education for adults and we want to Find the Music in You! Our short courses cater for all levels and styles. You can take group classes in all types of singing styles, Jazz Guitar and Jazz impro, Songwriting, Piano for beginners or composing. […]

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Sydney Philharmonia Presents Fauré’s Requiem

This Easter, Sydney Philharmonia offer you a concert that embraces the uplifting energy and the healing power of choral singing. Fauré’s Requiem is paired with a revival of John Peterson’s Shadows and Light, an SPC commission inspired by both the texts of the requiem mass and the headlines of September 11, 2001. But the key to the […]

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Riverside Theatres Presents Empty Voices By Hamed Sadeghi

Multi-ARIA award nominee composer and Tar (Iranian lute) virtuoso, Hamed Sadeghi brings with him 6 world-class musicians for a brand-new work. Through his melancholic and spellbinding compositions, Sadeghi offers a unique and dazzling dialogue between a plucked section (tar, percussions, double bass) and a woodwind/brass section. The multi-generational ensemble led by Sadeghi and comprised of […]

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Shark & Fox: The Irresistible Canadian-Australian Collaboration On Tour

Frenetic Bulgarian dances, haunting Appalachian twangs, droning Irish reels, Swedish polskas and songs that speak into existence the ephemeral mysteries of life, all effortlessly yet meticulously woven together by the vast shared history of the fiddle and accordion as musical companions. This irresistible Canadian-Australian collaboration shape-shifts between traditions, occasionally to the point that the instruments […]

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Sydney Eisteddfod : The Competition That Changes Lives

Fostering creativity since 1933 – Sydney Eisteddfod offers performance opportunities to everyone that enters, creating a richer and more vibrant culture, so that we all can dream, perform, achieve and inspire. For over nine decades, Sydney Eisteddfod has been contributing to the evolving culture of Australia by nurturing the performing arts at a grass roots […]

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Exploring our Blue World with exceptional Ocean Talks

From the rugged mountain tops of Macquarie Island, down the torrent rivers of millennia to thedeep dark depths of ocean shipwrecks, the Ocean Lovers Talks will take you into the mostremarkable realms of our big blue planet over two days of free inspirational talks and panels fromadventurers, scientists and experts on March 23 and 24 […]

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Emerging Curator Program 2024

Following a successful inaugural year in 2023, the Emerging Curator Program returns to provide an early-practice curator the opportunity to produce a funded exhibition and/or series of public events at Curl Curl Creative Space with support from Council’s art specialists and curators. If you are an emerging curator or artist looking to develop your practice, […]

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Meshell Ndegeocello: Acclaimed Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter

Acclaimed GRAMMY-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter MESHELL NDEGEOCELLO returns to Sydney and Melbourne for the second time after wowing Australian audiences during her 2019 tour. Her 2024 Australian shows will be a career retrospective. Audiences can expect to hear songs from her most recent, debut album on Blue Note Records, The Omnichord Real Book a visionary, expansive, […]

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Annual Ocean Lovers Festival celebrates Ocean Treasure

Can seaweed save humanity? What’s next if no shark nets? Are whales talking to us? Some big questions andbrilliant answers will be shared when the annual Volvo Ocean Lovers Festival returns to Bondi on March 23and 24 with a jam-packed program of events and experts to discuss the ocean, artists to celebrate their loveof it […]

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Drive-By Truckers Australian Tour 2024

Drive-By Truckers are an American rock band known for their unique blend of Southern rock, alternative country and American music. They will be performing at the Northcote Theatre in Melbourne on 31 March, and at the Metro Theatre in Sydney on 1 April. With their raw and honest storytelling, the Drive-By Truckers have become renowned […]

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Elixir feat. Katie Noonan, Zac Hurren & Ben Hauptmann

Australian folk jazz trio, Elixir, featuring Katie Noonan, Zac Hurren, and Ben Hauptmann, come to Bondi Pavilion for one night only this March to perform their new album ‘A Small Shy Truth’. The band gives musical life to the philosophical lyrics of renowned poet and cartoonist Michael Leunig. Elixir have well and truly established themselves […]

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The Mad Professor: Leading Dub producer comes to show his work in Sydney

“Dub me Senseless“ The Mad Professor is coming back! Only weeks from now Sydney will welcome The Mad Professor. He is currently on tour giving multiple performances in Australia.  The man who played a significant part in transitioning dub into the digital age is considered one of the leading producers of dub music. The British […]

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