Music at Art Month | Sapphire Coast – August

Windsong Pavillion Four Winds, 17 Four Winds Rd,, Barragga Bay

Art Month Sapphire Coast, a month of art, performances, music, events and glorious food! This August you can trip the fantastic light down the 225kms of our spectacular coastline as local artists, performers, musicians, dancers, potters and sculptors display their wares in studios and at events, lunches, dinners and workshops in a celebration of our…

Free – $55

Newcastle Music Festival 2021 **CANCELLED**

Newcastle Newcastle

It is with great pleasure that Newcastle Music Festival welcomes you to our fifth Anniversary year! Our aim is to provide a platform for brilliant local musicians and inspiring guests, and this year’s Festival is better than ever, with all Australian-based performers and a wide variety of musical styles– from classical to contemporary, chamber music to opera,…

19th Bangalow Music Festival **POSTPONED**

A & I Hall, Bangalow Station Street, Bangalow

The 19th Bangalow Music Festival 2021 (BMF), proudly owned, operated and presented by Southern Cross Soloists (SXS), one of Australia’s most formidable and long-running chamber music ensembles, today unveiled its stellar 19th BMF program under the theme of ‘music’s inexhaustible joie de vivre’. This year’s thematic is woven into a fascinating program that unfolds August…

Newcastle Music Festival | No Violins Allowed **CANCELLED**

Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle 52 Church Street, Newcastle

Robert Harris and Paul Groh with Christ Church Camerata lower strings are directed by David Banney, showcasing the string instrument closest to the human voice – the viola – the instrument of choice for Mozart, Haydn, Bach, Dvorák and Beethoven. ARTISTS Robert Harris and Paul Groh (viola) Christ Church Camerata string ensemble (minus violins) David…

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Australian Chamber Choir | Bach’s Genius – The Motets – Melbourne **POSTPONED**

Scots Church Corner of Collins and Russell Streets, Melbourne

During JS Bach’s lifetime, in Germany and throughout Europe, the music that was performed publicly was almost always new works by living composers. The Bach motets were held in such high regard that they continued to be performed after the composer’s death. The publication of Forkel’s On Johann Sebastian Bach’s Life, Genius and Works in…

AMAN + Speak Percussion | March Static **CANCELLED**

Speak Percussion joins forces with ANAM and community musicians in a major percussive take-over of the east wing of the Abbotsford Convent. Audiences will be led on a literal journey around the Convent through mobile-massed wind and percussion ensembles led by Australia's leading composers Liza Lim, Thomas Meadowcroft, Cathy Milliken and Damien Ricketson. "COVID-19 has…

Melbourne Chamber Players | Night Terrors **POSTPONED**

Tempo Rubato 34 Breese Street, Brunswick

Matt Laing draws us into the perplexing world of hypnagogia; the state between being awake and asleep. In this world premiere, Laing’s Night Terrors transports us into an imaginative dream-state, exploring the vivid darkness after we close our eyes. Bookended by Paul Juon’s charming yet rarely heard Trio-Miniaturen and the intoxicating Clarinet Trio in A…