Musica Viva brings back the great British cellist plus Canadian pianist Connie Shih for a recital of varied French repertoire, including...Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt St, Southbank
This marvellous artist plays selections from her recent album of the complete solo piano works of Peter Sculthorpe (1929-2014).Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt St, Southbank
Born in Sydney in 1973, the Melbourne-based pianist Andrea Keller is one of the most respected composer/performers in the country. She’s joined...Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt St, Southbank
Has it really been 20 years since the lovable pink wannabe sheepdog appeared on our screens and made us all seriously consider ever eating bacon...Hamer Hall, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
The first taste of the Melbourne Festival is so sweet that we're counting down the days. Sydney indie-electronic duo Flight Facilities will play...Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Linlithgow Ave, Melbourne
Shop owner Charles Lee embraces being an audiophile. After spending a lifetime collecting rare recordings and equipment, Lee turned his passion...2 Florence St, Burwood
Setting up shop at the South Melbourne Town Hall, the Australian National Academy of Music is Australia’s only music training institution...210 Bank St, South Melbourne
Vinyl is king at this independent record store. Having bought, sold and exchanged new and used vinyl for over 20 years, Quality Records...Plus is...269 Glenferrie Rd, Malvern
Paul Allen and Renae Maxwell have a record collection that you’d call extensive, to say the least. After operating in St Kilda, the music lovers...15 Union St, Brunswick
As Australia’s oldest performing arts organisation, the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic has been providing Melbourne audiences with wonderful...239 A’Beckett St, Melbourne
After 2011's triumph, Minchin's back for another lap of the nation's orchestras
Who’d have thought that starting an iconic classical radio station would have begun with a simple letter?
The Presets will follow up their Groovin' the Moo appearance with an unlikely - or it is it? - collaboration with the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
With a predilection for playing predators, what a relief to find that Teddy Tahu Rhodes has a voice that will give you a religious experience, as a...
Hobbits and Balrogs and Ents - oh my!
A musical group is only as good as its performers; the same could be said for an ensemble feature like Yaron Zilberman ’s soapy yet ultimately...