The world premiere of Linda Kouvaras' new work, the Herring Island Sonata for Piano and Narrator, performed by pianist Coady Green and narrator Tiriki Onus.
Experience the full range of power, raw emotion, and beauty of sound possible on violin and piano with Matthew Rigby and Yiyun Gu.
Join us for an afternoon of jazz, exploring a world of styles and influences, and featuring guest vocalist Raleigh Williams.
A riveting adaptation of Janne Teller’s award-winning novel, now considered a modern classic.
Rediscover one of the greatest plays of the 20th Century, brought to life by an extraordinary ensemble of actors.
he/r is cutting edge. It asks big questions about self, belonging, and the sickening notion that we should all be woke.
LIVE AT VENUE OR LIVESTREAM AT HOME A rare and spectacular event performed by four popular Melbourne pianists
LIVE AT VENUE OR LIVESTREAM AT HOME The world premiere of Jane Hammond's homage to the Helmeted Honeyeater; and a new arrangement of Ross Edwards’ vibrant saxophone concerto
In 1852, Michael Veitch’s great-great grandfather confronted a deadly epidemic head-on, as the ship’s surgeon on the emigrant clipper Ticonderoga’s nighmare voyage from Liverpool to Melbourne. Resonating powerfully with today’s world, Hell Ship is a story of hope, love and survival.
Taxithi Project invites you to welcome summer with party songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Experience the full spectrum of emotion and intimacy that the cello and piano execute so well.
Watch the recording of the live online poetry and music event celebrating the 89th birthday of Barry Jones at home.
A moving online concert with ARIA Award-winner Kavisha Mazella filled with storytelling and music.
A new Australian musical written by Helen Begley.
From the creators of 'The Yellow Wave' and 'Cuckoo' comes a Medea for our times.
Watch Rathdowne Quartet with Tamara Smolyar at home as they perform one of the greatest chamber works ever written.
Watch Collide at home, sharing with you their blend of colour, fervour, and spirit with works of Mozart, Glinka, Milhaud
Watch the recording of Duo Eclettico's 'Solstice' concert, filmed during a live Zoom broadcast in January 2021.
Watch the recording of a rare virtuosic event - Liszt's complete Hungarian Rhapsodies, arranged for piano four hands.
Watch Solstice Trio at home. A program of New York-based composers at the boundaries of contemporary classical, jazz and electronic music.
A moving contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy
Written by one of the hottest young playwrights from New York City, Jen Silverman’s award-winning play will make you laugh, cry and reflect, often all at the same time.
In the midst of convict ships arriving each week from Britain, a different cargo leaves for Australia. On board are 287 immigrant women enticed by promises of a better life.
Helpmann Award winner and fortyfivedownstairs repeat offender Michael Griffiths returns with his greatest hits.
After his acclaimed and hilarious debut cabaret ‘I Sing Songs’, join Steven Kramer on a journey through all the great piano hits across the ages.
A strange and mysterious seaside cabaret told through vaudeville, puppetry, fairy tale, and 80s synth-inspired song.
LIVE AT VENUE OR LIVESTREAM AT HOME Virtuoso pianist Yiyun Gu plays brilliant program of music from the stage by Liszt, Goossens and young female Chinese composer Wang A Mao
LIVE AT VENUE OR LIVESTREAM AT HOME Two iconic Melbourne artists join forces for a unique and magical collaboration
Luke Severn and Elyane Laussade will make their triumphant return to performing as a duo with a concert of some of their favourite works for cello and piano.
The first complete Australian performance of this dazzlingly virtuosic set of pieces, known for their fiendish technical demands
A lush and gritty program inspired by a palette of shifting drones, acid house, electronics, Dada and silk scarves
Following their critically acclaimed productions Grief and the Lullaby (2015) and The Sky Is Well Designed (2017), Fabricated Rooms present a work-in-progress reading of their third project, June.
A play about the runts of the world: the lesser, the unwanted, the weak, those without clout, the insignificant; all the unders.
Multi award-winning creators of Die Roten Punkte, Clare Bartholomew and Daniel Tobias are back with a brand new murderously funny physical farce.
Two unlikely strangers are brought together by a mysterious death, their connection sparks a chemistry too explosive to ignore