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  • New Australian Play to premiere in October

    The writer Miles Franklin returns to Sydney in 1932 after years in Chicago and London.  Frustrated by living with her elderly mother, a lack of money and still striving for acceptance, she is desperate to reignite the height of fame she reached with My Brilliant Career when she was only twenty.  Hope glimmers when she […]

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  • Sydney Con Jazz Festival

    For Immediate Release – Wednesday April 24, 2024 Sydney Con again plays host to Sydney Con Jazz Festival in 2024 showcasing the best of Australian Jazz Sydney’s Best-Value One-Day Festival Sunday June 2 12pm to 9pm  Sydney Conservatorium Tickets On Sale April 29, International Jazz Day www.sydneyconjazzfest.com From top left Freya Garbett, Brekky Boy, Remy […]

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    Gallipoli Art Prize 2024 Winner: Luke Cornish ‘The Pity of War’ Aerosol/Acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 91cm Celebrated stencil artist Luke Cornish has won the 2024 Gallipoli Art Prize with his powerful work ‘The Pity of War’ depicting a woman and a hooded figure huddled together wearing gas masks. Cornish describes the work as “a […]

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  • “A knockout” – New York Times

    International piano Superstar, Joyce Yang, returns to Australia. Renowned for her extraordinary range, Yang was described as a “A knockout” by the New York Times and lauded by the Washington Post for her “poetic and sensitive pianism.” This 10 -14 May sees her play in Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra performing masterful emotional works by Tchaikovsky […]

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  • Armidale Recital Series

    Experience three evening concerts from superb world class performers, Bernadette Harvey, Konstantin Shamray and Edward and Stephanie Neeman. These exhilarating performers have toured internationally and won numerous accolades. Bernadette Harvey is an acclaimed international performer and teacher, she was awarded the Centenary Medal in 2000 by then Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, for her contribution […]

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  • Media Release 21 March 2024.For immediate release.

    ‘Witness‘  by Kate Stevens. One of the 36 finalist works in the 2024 Gallipoli Art Prize.Click image to read artist statement.Download high res. 2024 Gallipoli Art Prize Finalists Announced. Winner to be announced Wednesday 17 April 2024 in Sydney. Thirty-six finalists have been announced for the 19th annual Gallipoli Art Prize. The winner of the art prize will be announced on Wednesday 17th April in Sydney, in […]

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  • Autumn Piano School

    If you love the piano, Autumn Piano School is for you! Piano+ and the New England Conservatorium of Music invite you to the inaugural five day Autumn Piano School, held in Armidale, NSW on 17 – 21 April 2024. Autumn Piano School is designed for every level, with six course streams to choose from – Beginner, Junior, […]

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  • Sarah Grunstein returns to Australia to perform Beethoven’s last sonatas

    Praised by The New York Times for her “penetrating musical intelligence”, internationally acclaimed pianist Sarah Grunstein performs Beethoven’s last Sonatas at the intimate Primrose Potter Salon at Melbourne Recital Hall and the Utzon Room at the Sydney Opera House. Beethoven’s last three piano sonatas are considered to be the summit of his writing for the […]

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  • 2024 Gallipoli Art Prize

    The Gallipoli Art Prize Organising Committee annually invites any eligible artist to submit a painting for the Gallipoli Art Prize, which will be administered by the Gallipoli Memorial Club Limited (the “Club”) and under the control of the Gallipoli Art Prize Organizing Committee. Prize money of $20,000 is awarded to the artist of the winning entry subject to the […]

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