Hamer Singers debut concert

November 30, 2017

Hamer Singers’ debut concert As One Who Has Slept will be conducted by acclaimed choral/artistic director Jonathan Grieves-Smith in the stunning acoustics of St Patrick’s […]

When Gamelan meets Western art music

November 30, 2017

BY CHLOE SANGER   I SAID NEON is a concert comprised of brand new compositions inspired by the music of Indonesia. They’ll include a mixture […]

Hoang Pham: My needs as a soloist

November 30, 2017

Pianist Hoang Pham will perform at the Melbourne Recital Centre this week, backed by the Zelman Symphony. As a soloist, he tells us what he […]

EOI: Be part of our inaugural PRINT launch!

November 28, 2017

We are going to PRINT. “What?!” That’s right. Things are gettin’ physical. Since 2014, the team behind CutCommon has been working hard to showcase emerging […]

Live review: Disruptive Critters + CITY-TOPIAS

November 27, 2017

BY JOHN GLOVER   BOLT Ensemble, JOLT ARTS Melbourne Music Week Meat Market, North Melbourne, 17 November   What’d you miss? Sonic and kinaesthetic video installations […]

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