Performance of a Lifetime
It's December 2021. After 263 days in lockdown over the two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, Melbourne's arts scene gathers to celebrate the return of live music to our stages over two unforgettable nights at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Featuring Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Benjamin Northey conductor Nicolette Fraillon conductor Artists of The Australian Ballet Kate Ceberano Deborah Cheetham Alinta Chidzey & Des Flanagan (Moulin Rouge! The Musical) Gillian Cosgriff (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) Emma Donovan Nicolette Fraillon (Orchestra Victoria) Paul Grabowsky Kati Ali McGregor Dannii Minogue Mo’Ju Felix Riebl (The Cat Empire) Tim Rogers (You Am I) Liz Stringer
Juan Diego Flórez at the Salzburg Festival
Join world-renowned tenor Juan Diego Flórez and pianist Vincenzo Scalera on a journey through some of history's most loved vocal music.
St. John Passion
Sir John Eliot Gardiner conducts the English Baroque Soloists and the Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra in their performance of Bach's St. John Passion at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason & Jaime Martín in Conversation | Music & Ideas | Live from the Iwaki Auditorium
From BBC Young Musician of the Year to performing at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason has rocketed to global fame as one of the most talented, grounded, and charming musicians of his generation.
Dvořák A New World & Shostakovich Cello Concert | feat Sheku Kanneh-Mason & Jaime Martín
Following Anne Boyd's At the Rising of the Sun, rising star Sheku Kanneh-Mason joins the MSO for Shostakovich’s dark and stormy Second Cello Concerto, before Jaime Martín conducts Dvořák's Symphony from the New World.
Live from Hamer Hall | Vasily Petrenko Conducts Elgar
Join us live from Melbourne’s Hamer Hall as we bring you music by Elgar, Vaughan Williams and an original work by Matthew Laing, conducted by Vasily Petrenko.
Paavo Järvi at the Concertgebouw
Join celebrated maestro Paavo Järvi and renowned pianist Víkingur Ólafsson for Mozart, Bach and Schumann at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.