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Bach's Violin

City Recital Hall is Closed in Response to COVID-19 J.S. Bach’s prolific output contains precious few concertos for violin. The three works that the Baroque genius did leave us with are masterfully composed for …



In 2013, barrister Julian Burnside AO QC asked Australians to write letters of comfort and encouragement to asylum seekers detained on Nauru. Nearly 2000 of those letters were returned unopened, marked “Return to …


The Sydney International Piano Competition (The Sydney) will present a special 60+ hour digital event, The Sydney Piano Marathon, from July 23 to 26, broadcasting footage from its 2016 event and offering viewers the …



Latitude 37 - A German in Venice

Beloved baroque specialists Latitude 37 explore La Serenissima - the jewel of Europe during the baroque era, birthplace of opera, home to the most sophisticated of courtiers and the grandeur of St Mark’s …


Notre-Dame

When Notre-Dame de Paris was partially consumed by fire in April 2019, the French people grieved and the world ached over the loss. Notre-Dame is a narrative concert inspired by Our Lady of Paris and commemorates eight …



Carmina Burana

It is with regret that we have cancelled our September concert due to COVID-19 risk management. Our priority is to keep our community and our players safe and well. How can you possibly go past a concert of songs …


CHORUSOZ: VERDI REQUIEM

For its exhilarating and primal effect, there’s no music to rival the “Dies irae” (Day of Wrath) in Verdi’s Requiem. When it thunders into the hall, the sheer terror of the scene will grip you, …


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