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Poof Doof Parties ‘All Night Long’ with Dj Casey Leaver

Poof Doof invited The Plus Ones down to their new event series All Night Long featuring Casey Leaver. All Night Long was born out of the admiration Poof Doof has for its regular local DJ’s that bring in the crowds…

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Delta blues boogie at album launch for The New Savages

Melbourne’s Milan Milutinovic is the driving force behind his band, The New Savages, who recently launched their latest album, The Seventh Son, in St. Kilda. A highly danceable Indie- Blues band, their influences comprise the century old original recordings of…

Melbourne International Jazz Festival: Songs From My Father

  United by a shared passion for the music of Charlie Haden, Iconoclast Petra Haden joined forces with local bass master Nick Haywood and some of Australia’s finest jazz artists to celebrate the music of her father. Part of Melbourne’s…

Three unmissable things to do at Melbourne Music Week 2018

Melbourne Music Week (MMW) is here again for another mammoth week of live music, urban exploration and celebration of the worlds (2nd) most liveable city! We have been reporting on MMW since 2012 and truly believe it’s one of the…

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Lost Picnic Comes to Melbourne

Melbourne, get your Spring picnic game on with the ultimate Sunday session crossed picnic crossed live concert. That’s right, Lost Picnic is coming to Melbourne on October 7, and it’s the the perfect place to kick off your shoes and…

Tchaikovsky 5: MSO Great Classics Series

Muhai Tang conducts Tchaikovsky 5 and James Ehnes premieres a contemporary concerto, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Tonight is a treat. Brahms’ overture is the starter, a serious piece that reflects its titular drama. James Ehnes then performs a scintillating…

Profile: Australian World Orchestra and Riccardo Muti

A league of extraordinary performers meet once a year. To learn more, The Plus Ones talk with Alexander Briger AO, Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Australian World Orchestra. From May 2nd to 5th, the Australian World Orchestra will…

James Ehnes plays Bach at the Melbourne Recital Centre

The virtuoso violinist performs two Partitas and a Sonata, from Sei Solo by Bach. On performance night in the Melbourne Recital Centre, Canadian-born James Ehnes strides onto the empty stage with his violin. For his Great Performers appearance, he will…