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Merry Christmas, Happy New Year – Chilling Out in Style

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year – Chilling Out in Style

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Choose from our lists of top posts to read during the summer holidays, while The Culture Concept Circle team are chilling out by taking a break until Epiphany

Xmas Presents to Pine for – Keep the Music Playing in 2015

Xmas Presents to Pine for – Keep the Music Playing in 2015

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Keep the music playing all year long in 2015, purchase a subscription series to your favourite music ensemble and keep loved ones smiling and humming out loud

Australian Chamber Orchestra Turns 40 – Tognetti, 25 Years

Australian Chamber Orchestra Turns 40 – Tognetti, 25 Years

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In 2015 the Australian Chamber Orchestra turns 40 and with leader artistic Director Richard Tognetti will celebrate 25 years of his guiding its journey in music

Haydn & Italian Cello – Giovanni Sollima & ACO in April 2014

Haydn & Italian Cello – Giovanni Sollima & ACO in April 2014

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The Australian Chamber Orchestra concert on 12th April to 6th May 2014 features Italian musician Giovanni Sollima on Cello, with ACO’s Director Richard Tognetti

Cabaret and Divine Decadence – A Social and Cultural Comment

Cabaret and Divine Decadence – A Social and Cultural Comment

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The ‘2nd’ annual ‘Slide Cabaret Festival’ will be held in in June and July at Sydney with Cabaret performers who are international, interstate and local legends

Mozart Handel & Vivaldi – ACO, Egarr & Joyous Ancient Music

Mozart Handel & Vivaldi – ACO, Egarr & Joyous Ancient Music

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For all lovers of fine music from the 6 – 18 October 2012 The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) will tour an ensemble around Australia with conductor, historian, organ scholar and director Richard Egarr of the Academy of Ancient Music (AAM) playing concertos by Mozart, Handel and Vivaldi on Harpsichord and Fortepiano….

Jane Rutter Flautist – A Poetry of Sound Leading to Paradise

Jane Rutter Flautist – A Poetry of Sound Leading to Paradise

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Crucial to the concept of beautiful singing is the idea that effortless delivery is a means to an end. That end is beautiful expression. Jane Rutter’s flute playing will surely go down in the history of Australian music as an effortless and expressive delivery of music, a mastery of appropriate musical style, and the natural beauty of a unique voice supplied via her magical silver flute.