Attila Returns To The Opera House

Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House Bennelong Point, Sydney

Opera Australia's production of Verdi's 'Attila'returns to the Sydney Opera House after its premiere in 2020 and subsequent shutdown. A fine team of cast and creatives bring this revenge opera to life

Sydney International Piano Competition Launches Online Tonight With Opening Gala

Online. See booking link below.

The Sydney International Piano Competition launches online this evening. Reigning champion and 2016 winner Andrey Gugnin will perform a spectacular Opening Night Gala concert with the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, recorded in front of a live audience at the Moscow Conservatory, exclusively for The Sydney.

Mavericks Feature in Selby & Friends’ Winter Tour

City Recital Hall 2 Angel Place, Sydney

Selby & Friends’ winter tour Mavericks features Kathryn Selby AM and her preeminent guest artists, violinist and SSO Concertmaster Andrew Haveron, and ACO Principal cellist Timo-Veikko Valve, playing music by three composers whose activist rigour and individualism made them mavericks who not only carved out a significant place in music history but paved the way for many who would follow.

East Meets West Orchestral Evening

Sydney Town Hall 483 George Street, Sydney

East Meets West Orchestral Evening will present a unique blend of music from China and beyond with some of Australia’s finest musicians performing 'Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto' and 'Yellow River Piano Concerto', two hugely popular Chinese classics, rarely performed live on Australian stages.

Elysian Fields On Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Elysian Fields, Australia’s only electric viola da gamba ensemble, bring their genre-defying blend of classical, jazz, and world music to Melbourne Digital Concert Hall in a profoundly moving exploration of ensemble leader Jenny Eriksson’s Swedish heritage. Featuring exquisite arrangements of Swedish folk songs, music by leading Scandinavian composers and materials by band members inspired by the Far North.


Musica Viva Presents Lacey And McGuire In ‘Bower’

City Recital Hall 2 Angel Place, Sydney

Leading recorder player, Genevieve Lacey and sensational Australian harpist, Marshall McGuire, are a unique combination of recorder and harp  in Bower. 

The Metropolitan Orchestra’s ‘String Serenade’

Petersham Town Hall 107 Crystal St, Petersham

The string players of The Metropolitan Orchestra (TMO) led by Chief Conductor Sarah-Grace Williams presents a concert which features a unique selection of works including a rarely seen trio of viola soloists, a world premiere titled Cellar Door, plus Dvorak’s Serenade for Strings.

Celebrate Bastille Day with Melbourne Digital Concert Hall’s French Program

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Celebrate Bastille Day with French Favourites from award-winning violinist, Emily Sun, and pianist, Andrea Lam. Drawn from Emily’s highly acclaimed debut album, Nocturnes (ABC Classics), enjoy La Vie en Rose, Autumn Leaves, Clair de Lune, and one of the best-loved sonatas ever written for violin and piano, by César Franck.


Sydney University Graduate Choir ‘In Paradisum’

Pitt Street Uniting Church 264 Pitt Street, Sydney

Directed by Christopher Bowen, OAM, the Sydney University Graduate Choir presents two great works: Fauré's Requiem and Schubert's Stabat Mater, with soloists Elke Hook, Richard Butler and Andrew O'Connor.

Thoroughbass Presents ‘Home and Hearth’

Mosman Art Gallery 1, Art Gallery Way,, Mosman

Thoroughbass, comprising soprano Danielle Grant, violinist Tara Hashambhoy and Diana Weston at the piano presents Home and Hearth, a concert of intimate music for voice, piano and violin by Schubert, Haydn, Pleyel and traditional Scots tunes.