Sydney Youth Orchestra | Fateful – Brahms + Tchaikovsky

Let’s try that again! The hugely-anticipated final concert from last year, a casualty of Fate, is now rescheduled for 2021. Who would want to miss this: two of the country’s most esteemed performers – conductor Alexander Briger AO and guest soloist Sydney…

 
Lyrebird Brass | Christmas Brass

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets also available Join Lyrebird Brass in a festive performance of seasonal favourites, ranging from Christmas classics by Bach and Tchaikovsky to popular modern gems. Artists: Lyrebird…

 
The Metropolitan Orchestra | Classical Blockbusters

The Metropolitan Orchestra make a triumphant post COVID lockdown return to the stage for their first ever performance at Riverside Theatres. Classical Blockbusters celebrates the resumption of live music to the stage after a long period of silence caused by the extended…

 
Sophia Kirsanova and Amir Farid | Rhapsody

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets at the Athenaeum Theatre also available “Demonstrating outstanding technique and musicality” (Latvietis, Melbourne), concert violinist Sophia Kirsanova amplifies the horizons of the traditional violin repertoire, exploring…

 
Phoenix Collective | 2021 in just 6 weeks

Like countless other musicians across Australia Dan Russell, Artistic Director of the Phoenix Collective Quartet, has faced disappointment after disappointment over the last few months, having had to reschedule the quartet’s Tales of War program 4 times to adhere to…

 
Melbourne Chamber Orchestra | MCO Chamber Series – Act Two – From Bach to Piazzolla

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Friend of MCO and regular collaborator Igor Machlak is joined by fellow pianist Olga Kharitonova in a colour program of old favourites and new creations. Igor and Olga – a…

 
Natalia Harvey & Aidan Boase | In Time of Silver Rain

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Two of Melbourne’s most lauded chamber musicians present a heartfelt program of intimate repertoire guaranteed to satiate the soul. In reference to Langston Hughes’ poem as we emerge from winter…

 
Alexandra Flood + Jeremy Kleeman + Amir Farid | Duets in Song

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Three alumni of the renowned Melba program reunite for Duets in Song; a selection of music by masters of the Romantic era including Brahms, Schubert and Mendelssohn. Alexandra Flood (soprano)…

 
Canberra Symphony Orchestra | Chamber Classics: Old Friends **CANCELLED**

Johannes Brahms first discovered Antonín Dvořák through the latter’s voluminous submission to a composition competition. The story goes that Brahms, one of the judges, was immediately impressed by Dvořák’s seemingly limitless ability to devise inventive melodies. The pair enjoyed a…

 
Simon Tedeschi and The Orava Quartet | In Concert **POSTPONED**

Riverside Theatres Presents SIMON TEDESCHI AND THE ORAVA QUARTET Brilliant classical pianist, Simon Tedeschi joins forces with the extraordinary Orava Quartet to present an undisputed masterwork of classical chamber music, Brahms’ Piano Quintet op.34. By turns dramatic, lyrical and powerfully…

 
Melbourne Chamber Players | Night Terrors **POSTPONED**

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…

 
Wilma & Friends | The Gypsy and the Wolf **POSTPONED**

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available Mozart and Brahms – two of Vienna’s most beloved sons – together in a performance featuring an anonymous arrangement for string sextet of…

 
Chris Howlett and Hoang Pham | Sonata and Songs by Brahms

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available Chris returns to the stage with Hoang Pham, with whom he has been performing since high school. Known for their intimate and unique…

 
Zelman Symphony | Romantic Passions – Beethoven and Brahms

Roy Theaker and Kalina Krusteva will thrill you with the exciting Brahms Double Concerto. This was the composer’s last work for orchestra and it was written for cellist Robert Hausmann, a frequent chamber music collaborator, and Brahms’ estranged friend, the…

 
Melbourne Chamber Players | Coalescence

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available The Melbourne Chamber Players re-emerge for their first performance of 2021. Menotti’s vivacious and lyrical Trio elevates with operatic flair before a moment…

 
ANAM & ACO | Side by Side

Experience ANAM musicians side by side with musicians of the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) in the beautiful surrounds of the Abbotsford Convent. In a program specially curated by members of the ACO, works by Sibelius, Brahms and Mendelssohn explore both the intimate…

 
Melbourne Bach Choir | Bach to Bowman

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available Hear the Melbourne Bach Chamber Choir in the premiere performance of Calvin Bowman’s new Pater Noster and two Marian Motets, plus works by…

 
Kettering Concerts | Hartz Trio **SOLD OUT**

Alexandra Békés (Cello), Natalya Bing (Violin) and Dianne Legg (Piano) will perform piano trios by Stanhope and Brahms.  

 
Kawai Piano Series 4 | Benjamin Martin

This concert is live streamed on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall Live studio audience tickets are also available This is an old-fashioned sort of program; once upon a time a recital was considered incomplete without Chopin, and so this program honours…

 
Zelman Symphony | Romantic Passions – Beethoven and Brahms

Roy Theaker and Kalina Krusteva will thrill you with the exciting Brahms Double Concerto. This was the composer’s last work for orchestra and it was written for cellist Robert Hausmann, a frequent chamber music collaborator, and Brahms’ estranged friend, the…