On Saturday July 16, in the Opera House’s atmospheric Utzon Room, “The Intimacy of Jazz Now” will see songstress Martha Marlow alongside legendary pianist Chris Abrahams (The Necks) presenting an exclusive preview of her forthcoming album Queen of the Night.
Young Redfern resident Grace Hu is one of 78 children (aged 7 to 18) across NSW and the ACT who have been awarded Variety – the Children’s Charity scholarships in 2021 to pursue their sporting and artistic dreams.
Redfern-based duo Boy Torch will join Youth Group’s Toby Martin for Local Stories Live on Saturday December 11. The online concert, a fundraiser for the South Sydney Herald, promises original song-writing and spirited performances in celebration of diverse and resilient community.
Singer-songwriter Toby Martin’s latest offering embodies his ongoing fascination with the way that environment affects music and lyrics. A recent four-year stint in the UK inspired the songs on I Felt the Valley Lifting, his third solo release.
Country music star Casey Barnes is set to play in Sydney for the first time in two years. His gig in Paddington is part of his east coast tour for his latest single “Come Turn Me On”, a playful party-starting song about missing home.
Founded in 2019 with a mission to create opera to inspire social change, The Cooperative believes passionately in increasing opera’s accessibility, through pay-as-you-feel entry and by taking the art form out of a traditional context and into the world around us.
NRMA Insurance and Lifeline have partnered with Australian music icon Julia Stone to highlight the continued need for mental health support for people affected by the devastating fires throughout the 2019-2020 season.
In October singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin released two new songs for Sub Pop Single Club: “to Perth, before the border closes” and “CRY”. In December, as well as playing four shows at the Vanguard in support of women’s refuge Lou’s Place, she will perform as part of the SSH Celebrate Community virtual fundraiser.
On Friday December 11, the SSH will host a virtual fundraiser, emceed by Julie McCrossin AM, with the aim of raising $5,000 toward production costs for this year. Zoom details at the end of this story. Please come!
In what is an extraordinarily difficult time for working musicians the live-streaming festival Isol-Aid on Instagram is offering a chance to perform for fans and to raise money to support struggling music industry workers.
Across five songs, ARSE deploys unchained vitriol with a dose of self-awareness and irony – that a lot of punk rock sorely needs – and the songs explore the impending doom of the planet as well as an eye-gouging frustration with the political landscape.