MCO Orchestral Series | Bach Brothers

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall ONLINE

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Imagine, for a second, that Johann Sebastian Bach was your father. Imagine a childhood filled with the greatest music of the Baroque, surrounded by your hyper-musical siblings and being immersively…

10th New England Bach Festival | Armidale

Armidale Uniting Church, Armidale 114 Rusden Street, Armidale

10th New England Bach Festival Bach Family and friends 29 April - 2 May 2021 Armidale NSW Four days of the best of Baroque Music and more... Season Ticket$180/$120https://www.trybooking.com/BOKPD   Thursday 29 April CONCERT 1. Sydney Consort - Farewell Concert …

Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra | Serenata Notturna

Federation Concert Hall 1 Davey Street, Hobart

Originally composed for piano, Bartok’s rustic Hungarian Pieces are reminiscent of the folksongs he would have whistled as he travelled through Eastern Europe. Hear them unfold in a compelling instrumental arrangement by Tim Jones, TSO Principal Tuba. Mozart’s Serenata Notturna couldn’t bring greater contrast with its stately melodies, and Haydn’s Symphony No 102 – one…

Duo Chamber Melange | Contrasts

Melbourne Recital Centre Primrose Potter Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street, Melbourne

Duo Chamber Melange - Tamara Smolyar (piano) and Ivana Tomaskova (violin), performs works of contrasting beauty and constant imagination. It is a journey through time: from inventive early Beethoven sonata to a brand new work for solo piano by Melbourne composer Kenji Fujimura. It is also a journey of the heart: from Argentine tango virtuoso…

$15 – $40

Canberra International Music Festival | Opening Gala – The Elements

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall ONLINE

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall From the heart of Vienna to the core of Canberra’s music festival: a celebration of elements that connect us to the people of the world and to the elders in our midst. Brenda Gifford’s long awaited new work is revealed in the hands of the…

Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra | Serenata Notturna

Federation Concert Hall 1 Davey Street, Hobart

Originally composed for piano, Bartok’s rustic Hungarian Pieces are reminiscent of the folksongs he would have whistled as he travelled through Eastern Europe. Hear them unfold in a compelling instrumental arrangement by Tim Jones, TSO Principal Tuba. Mozart’s Serenata Notturna couldn’t bring greater contrast with its stately melodies, and Haydn’s Symphony No 102 – one…

Australian Chamber Choir | Fauré Requiem – Macedon

Church of the Resurrection, Macedon Cnr Macedon Road and Honour Avenue, Macedon

This program is dedicated to people all over the world who have lost loved ones to COVID-19. In January 2020, the Australian Chamber Choir won accolades for its True Romantics program, music primarily from the Romantic era, performed in Melbourne, Sydney and regional Victoria. ‘this extraordinary concert … was breathtakingly moving. There were tears …’…

The Metropolitan Orchestra | Back On Stage At The Seymour Centre

Seymour Centre - York Theatre, Chippendale Corner of City Road & Cleveland St, Chippendale

More than a year after their triumphant first performance at the Seymour Centre, The Metropolitan Orchestra returns to the Everest Theatre in the Seymour Centre, Chippendale for a post Covid concert showcasing incredible Sydney women in music. Led by dynamic Artistic Director and Chief Conductor Sarah-Grace Williams with virtuosic soloist Kirsty McCahon (Ex Australian Brandenburg…

$15 – $62

Canberra International Music Festival | Greatest Mozart I

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall ONLINE

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Mozart’s legendary 23rd Piano Concerto is said to have raised Stalin from his deathbed. From Yudina to Rubinstein, the work has proven to be a vehicle for all the great pianists of the past going back as far as Mozart himself playing and improvising that…

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra | Evoke – Canberra

Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture 15 Blackall Street, Barton

The early years of the nineteenth century saw a surge in popularity for works composed for larger chamber ensembles of winds and strings. Beethoven’s Septet in E-flat major, Op. 20, was considered the very peak of the genre: so successful was it that publishers released multiple arrangements of it for different-sized ensembles, prompting Beethoven to…

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra | Evoke – Canberra

Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture 15 Blackall Street, Barton

The early years of the nineteenth century saw a surge in popularity for works composed for larger chamber ensembles of winds and strings. Beethoven’s Septet in E-flat major, Op. 20, was considered the very peak of the genre: so successful was it that publishers released multiple arrangements of it for different-sized ensembles, prompting Beethoven to…

Voices with Organ | Bach & Handel

Mosman Uniting Church, Mosman Cnr Cowles and Belmont Roads, Mosman

In this one-hour afternoon concert, soprano Lana Kains and baritone Jeremy Boulton perform highlights from great oratorio works including J.S. Bach's Magnificat (1723), St. John Passion (1724) and G.F. Handel's beloved 'Messiah' (1741) with organist Pastór de Lasala OAM. The program will also include highlights from Handel's celebrated organ concerti. https://youtu.be/bO8Uu19_dbU https://youtu.be/cZ5GuH2j9_c