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He is known for his energetic and spell-binding live performances, as well as amassing over 40 million album and DVD sales worldwide, and now the world’s leading pop classical artist, André Rieu, has …


Inspired by Mozart's violin sonatas, the 15 year old Beethoven penned three piano quartets that foreshadowed the genius he would reach in adulthood. This optimistic early quartet exudes the innocence of youth and a …


Schubert’s first work for piano and strings and a precursor to his much-loved “Trout Quintet” is the ebullient Adagio and Rondo Concertante which he wrote at the age of 19. The piano takes centre stage …


Presented by Sydney Eisteddfod in partnership with the Rotary Club of Sydney Cove, this special sing-off will feature the some of Australia’s best choristers performing favourite songs like you've never heard them …




What better way to spend a cold winter’s afternoon than with the warmth and passion of Latin American music, followed by a glass of wine and some delicious food!Join Coro Austral at 4pm on Sunday 30th July in …


City Recital Hall is stringing up the party lights for one of Australia’s best-loved composers, Elena Kats-Chernin. A spectacular line-up of celebrities, musicians and singers is descending on Angel Place for this …



“A musical journey made in heaven” The Courier-MailPart play, part concert, Piano Lessons tells the story of Anna Goldsworthy’s metamorphosis from gawky nine-year-old schoolgirl to concert pianist …