Category: music

La Boheme and The Magic Flute: A Perfect Place to Start

For anyone who has not yet been acquainted with the fabulous world of opera, there are currently two Opera Australia productions showing at the Sydney Opera House which would serve as the perfect introduction: Puccini’s La Boheme and Mozart’s The…

Disclosure at the Opera House

Disclosure brought the Sydney Opera House to absolute breathing, fire-breathing life with their performance. Starting their track White Noise, positively roaring through the venue’s robust A/V offerings, coupled with a laser bonanza, this otherwise rather eqoquent venue took on many…

Jazz in Sydney - The 10 Best Spots

Best Jazz in Sydney – The Top 10

There’s nothing like spending an evening in a low-lit jazz bar to transport you from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether its the latest contemporary bebop that gets you going, or strains of Miles Davis’s ‘Autumn Leaves’ taking…

January’s Best Events

[FEATURED] > Harborside Summer Tiki Party 10 Jan | FREE Complimentary drinks, $1000+ designer giveaways, body art, free leis, live acts, and much more.   > Sweethearts Rooftop Cinema Mon – Wed Every Week Enjoy these gorgeous summer evenings, as you catch your…

The Sound of Success

One would think that putting on a stage production of The Sound Of Music would be a shoo-in success. It is, after all, one of the most famous musicals of all time, holding a special place in the hearts of…

New Breed: The Future of Australian Dance

In an era in which performing arts venues and companies are closing down at a rate of knots due to lack of funding, it is comforting to see that some patrons are investing in the future of Australian theatre and…

Double Dutch

Two world-class masters of music, conductor Edo de Waart and pianist Ronald Brautigam, both hailing from The Netherlands, head the final program in the 2015 Sydney Symphony Orchestra subscription series. The fellow countrymen have chosen a classical Mozart concerto, a…

Ochres. A new, unmissable Bangarra production.

New choreographies, new dancers, new costumes, new lights. Same show, same music: still so intense to overwhelm and drag the audience through all the 5 stages of the performance. The production didn’t loose any of its intensity and perfectly conjugated…