On Saturday 21 October 2017, Sirius Chamber Ensemble is performing Where The Heart Is – a collaborative fundraiser for the not-for-profit organisation Habitat for Humanity Australia. The concert
Venezuelan born Latin-Australian singer, Daniel Alejandro is returning to his hometown Bondi, following the international release of his debut album El Amor. It will be an intimate one-night- only con
Bree van Reyk is an Australian percussionist, drummer, composer and sound artist. She has toured and recorded extensively throughout Australia and around the globe with the likes of Paul Kelly, Holly
Lamorna Nightingale is a core member of the new music group – Ensemble Offspring and appears regularly with Sydney’s finest orchestras and chamber groups. In 2015, Lamorna produced and per
Kieran Welch is a violist, curator, event producer, DJ, teacher and writer. Regularly performing across Australia as part of the indie-chamber septet Nonsemble, Kieran also curates the Brisbane-based
Anthony Albrecht is a Novocastrian cellist and recent graduate of The Juilliard School in New York City, completing a Master of Music in Historical Performance while studying with Phoebe Carrai. Durin
The Australian World Orchestra (AWO) is one of the most exciting orchestra initiatives in Australia’s cultural history.
Leslie Martin-Nightingale and Raffaele Pierno have performed nationally and internationally in Italy, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.
The Willoughby Symphony proudly presents the 2017 Subscription Series, Enduring Passion, a spectacular six concert program that will take you on a dazzling journey traversing the wonders of the most s
Geoffrey Gartner is a Sydney-based performer who specialises in chamber music and works for solo cello. He performs a repertoire extending from the baroque to the newest works of today, many of which
Anna McMichael is an Australian born violinist who returned to live in Australia in 2010 after 17 years in Europe performing in many of the major ensembles and orchestras.
Frances captivates her audiences with her genuinely warm stage presence together with a voice and style that is uniquely her own.
The versatility of The NOISE led me to employ their creativity as improvisers as well as their consummate skills as classical players.
Inspire, educate and enlighten audiences through historical integrity and quality of musical performance. A rediscovery of Classical and Romantic repertoire
After the success of the inaugural Newcastle Music Festival in 2016, we are delighted to invite you to join us in August 2017 for another feast of great music, in which brilliant local musicians share
Kate Worley is the recipient of the Nora Baird audition bursary at the Queensland Conservatorium. Entering her 2nd year of study under the tutelage of Michele Walsh.
Oppenheimer is a new Noh play in English about the American scientist, J Robert Oppenheimer and the development of the atomic bomb.
The full consort produces a range of sonorities from the smallest bird-like sopranino to the rich organ-like sounds of the contra bass.
One of Australia’s leading recorder players performing a wide variety of repertoire from renaissance dance tunes to contemporary electro-acoustic works.
The choir celebrates its 40th anniversary with three concerts at the Great Hall, University of Sydney and after 10 years of musical leadership, Paul Stanhope will hand the choir over to Richard Gill.
Based in Sydney, Opera Bites is a boutique opera company specialising in fully costumed miniature operas as well as dinner theatre and concerts of opera and lighter repertoire.
Founded in 1971, the Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic is a prize-winning, community symphony orchestra which consistently receives high critical acclaim for its performances.
The ACMS presents a concert showcasing some of Sydney’s finest non-professional chamber musicians. Each concert in this annual series features a variety of string, wind and keyboard ensembles. The per
Formed in 1950 as a not-for-profit enterprise dedicated to the promotion & performance of music by Mozart and by the other great masters of classical music.
Jane Sheldon specialises in the performance and creation of new chamber music. She has appeared with acclaimed ensembles across the globe, including the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Pinchgut Opera,
They have been critically acclaimed for performing… “…adoringly: not merely with precision and finesse, but a palpable and abiding admiration… The viols wrap around each other
The Huntington Estate Music Festival is held each year in the Barrel Room of the winery in Mudgee, a fantastic space with “one of the greatest acoustics on the planet” (Richard Tognetti) a
Enthralling audiences around the world with a brand of chamber music that places modern Australian compositions alongside those of Mozart and Bach.
One of Australia’s most gifted emerging saxophonists, creating a unique place with exciting new repertoire for the saxophone. Inaugural winner of the Fine Music 102.5 Kruger Scholarship will mea
Michelle Leonard OAM is the founder, Artistic Director and Conductor of Moorambilla Voices. This nationally awarded program seeks at its core to give country kids a rare opportunity to sing, dance and
Leichhardt Espresso Chorus is a non-auditioned community choir of over 80 singers, which fosters new Australian choral music by an extensive program of commissions, partnerships and collaborations wit
Regarded as a leading exponent in the field of new music, presenting stunning performances of vocal chamber music from around the world, with a special emphasis on Australian content.
Margaret Plummer gained a Bachelor of Music (Studies) in 2005 from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Prior to studying at the Sydney Conservatorium, Margaret attended The Australian National Univers
The Song Company is Australia’s leading vocal ensemble. It embraces music from around the world and across the ages. In collaboration with artists of the highest calibre, it aims to create a distincti
A future for Australia shaped by the creativity and imagination of its people, in which music plays an essential inspirational role. Their mission is to inspire Australians through the unique intimacy
A sought after teacher, his students are prizewinners of many important regional, national and international competitions, including recently the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition. Previ
Ironwood is a renowned Australian period-instrument ensemble lauded for its historically-informed exploration of repertoire from the late-Renaissance to the late Romantic eras as well as its support o
Violinist, Rachael Beesley is one of Australia’s most versatile and dynamic performers. Based in The Netherlands over the last 14 years, she has established an exciting career as concertmaster and sol
Alice Evans was born in Perth and began to learn the violin at the age of five. At fifteen she became a student at the Western Australian Conservatorium of Music, from which she graduated with the deg
Nicole Forsyth’s interest in chamber music spans four centuries. Nicole appears on disc and broadcast with these groups for ABC Classics/ABCFM. Festival appearances include Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, C
Daniel Yeadon has a worldwide career as a cellist and viola da gamba player; his repertoire ranges from Renaissance to contemporary. His regular chamber music collaborators in Australia include Neal P
Neal Peres Da Costa specialises in performance on historical keyboard instruments of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. He lectures at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in the Musicology and Keyboard
Claire Edwardes is an internationally renowned award-winning percussionist. As a soloist and the co-artistic director of Sydney based Ensemble Offspring Claire programs and performs to the highest lev
Janet McKay is a prize-winning flautist committed to the performance and development of new music. As a solo artist, Janet has performed recitals in London, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide and Brisbane. Sh
Leah Scholes adores playing percussion, and aside from working with orchestras and chamber groups she gets very excited about her involvement in a variety of projects with puppeteers, circus artists a
Australian flautist Lina Andonovska leads an active and diverse career that sees her performing from the Barbican Centre (UK), the Sydney Opera House, the National Centre for Perming Arts (China) to t
A sought after soloist, chamber musician, and pedagogue, Sonya’s interests are increasingly growing in the direction of aesthetic diversification in respect to performance practices and concert cultur
Music By The Sea presents a banquet of world-class music, theatre and comedy in its highly regarded monthly Concert Series and Annual Festival. Likened to a musical gem, its setting is the iconic, 100
A dynamic Sydney-based organisation dedicated to the performance of innovative new music. Driven by open-mindedness and performance excellence, Ensemble Offspring’s activities promote diverse and emer
Chris Cartner was still a teenager when he was appointed Organ Scholar at Rochester Cathedral in the UK. He went on to graduate in classical piano performance at Trinity College of Music in London, be