Category: music

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…

Goodgod, Montaigne!

Young Sydney based Art – Pop sensation, Montaigne, charmed the crowd as she performed live at Good God Small Club on Saturday night the 7th of November 2015.   Accompanied by her talented band members, the winner of FBI Music…

So You Think You Can Dance?

Check This Out. What a joy and a privilege it is to bask in the glorious artistry and elite athleticism that is The Australian Ballet! Despite feeling inadequate in the comparatively meagre portion of talent I have been granted by…

Broadway Comes to Sydney

The bustling crowd, abuzz with warm, light chatter, begins to fill the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House, their palates indulging in a drink of choice – anticipation being the favoured cup – as they await one of Broadway’s…

Jaspar Hit the Road

British YouTubers Joe Sugg and Caspar Lee, or Jaspar as they’re referred to by their fans, are known online for making weekly videos where they prank each other, do amusing dares, vlog (video-blog) their day-to-day lives and make generally entertaining…

Sydney Opera House Open Day [VIDEO]

The Plus Ones got a sneak peak at what happens behind those gargantuan closed doors at The Sydney Opera House, courtesy of our friends at Soil Media. Hosted by CEO Louise Herron and NSW Deputy Premier Troy Grant, the crowd…

Feast Your Eyes (and Ears) On This…

“A gorgeous feast of sound and movement” – that is how Australia’s own nightingale, Katie Noonan, describes Triptych, the Sydney Dance Company’s latest program, which she is currently performing in and which premiered in Sydney on Tuesday September 25. “Triptych…