Wow, Angel Olsen is good! Earthy and ethereal (it’s hard to resist allusions to the angelic).
Produced by the Mosman Musical Society, the cabaret style Fly Me to the Moon is an excellent evening’s entertainment. The selection and variety of songs from more mellow and less worldly times combined with the enormous talent of this dedicated group assured the audience of a heart-warming, “feel-good” performance.
What Lola Heard: Theatrical Sounds from Climate Change (Lola) played to a packed audience at the Sound Lounge at Sydney’s Seymour Centre on February 11 – just a few days after Penrith reached 47.3 degrees Celsius.
A showcase to decide the 2017 Freedman Jazz Fellow.
Ryan Adams, Hordon Pavilion, Moore Park, Saturday May 27, 2017
Sydney is less a city than many separate cities lying next to each other. If you live, work or have family in one part of it, that part…
Sunday June 4, commencing at 2.45 pm, at St Stephen’s Anglican Church, 189 Church St, Newtown.
Choir director Gary Smith from Acappella Central will lead a two-hour workshop channeling the spirit of “Aloha” he experienced by playing music with the local community in Hawaii…
American singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy is a talented guitarist – melodic, dynamic, fierce, loose. Her distinctive vocal style is highly expressive.
A sell-out season of the Pultizer Prize-winning musical South Pacific was staged by Newtown High School of the Performing Arts in late March.