Bohemia on March 10 is the special 2018 season opening concert held in the auditorium of South Melbourne Town Hall, for the Australian National Academy of Music
Elegant Impressionist Maurice Ravel said ‘my ambition is to say with notes what a poet expresses with words’, setting the tone for the Medici Concert experience
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra present music from the fairest isle with works by Thomas Tallis, Orlando Gibbons, Henry Purcell and more to kick start 2018
The Art of Lounge a 20th Anniversary CD features songs showcasing the easy graceful much loved style of Australia’s first lady of jazz Janet Seidel (1955- 2017)
NOËL! NOËL! 2017 is a concert full of pathos and one of the best to date by the ABO… beg, borrow, rush and grab tickets Sydneysiders, your time is still ahead
NOËL! NOËL! Australian Brandenburg Orchestra (ABO) kick starts the 2017 festive music season with a stunning sacred & secular concert starring tenor Joel Parnis
Victorian Opera Season 2018 all about destiny and desire, offers audiences a marvellous experience; an encounter of the best kind, outstanding singing and music
MOUNTAIN from Director Jennifer Peedom in collaboration with Australian Chamber Orchestra is both a cinematic experience and musical odyssey of the sublime kind
Making marvellous memories for the audience at The Whitehouse Centre Melbourne on 16 September 2017 soprano Mirusia diva divine sang superb songs From the Heart
Artistic director Paul Dyer promises the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra 2018 season will be a banquet of Baroque music with drama joy and flair like no other!
A flamenco-classical guitar fusion at the Melbourne International Guitar Festival (MIGF) 22-24 September will feature Gerard Mapstone and Richard Tedesco – Ole!
Mirusia is a singer for all seasons and performs From the Heart, the name of her album to be released in September 2017, in time for her concerts in Melbourne
Orchestral textures, symphonic overtones, choral blending and solo virtuosity dazzle in the arrangement of Andrew Ford’s optimistic memoir, The Memory of Music
Artistic Director Neil Armfield and Australian composer Brett Dean’s production Hamlet will make its Australian debut 2 – 18 March at the Adelaide Festival 2018
Music is my life and I wouldn’t trade it in for the world. It is what I do and who I am and I count my lucky stars everyday says Mirusia, the Angel of Australia
Andrew McKinnon’s Scotland the Brave, a smash hit celebration of culture with as soloists soprano Mirusia and tenor Gregory Moore, wowed the crowd at Hamer Hall