We chat to the L.A.-based composer and performer about her approach to music and her passion for the Buchla 100 ahead of her Sydney Festival show at St. Stephen’s on 12 Jan. Continue Reading
Australian Art Orchestra’s Peter Knight explains the glorious intrigue of the music created by Canadian composer and musician Nicole Lizée – and why he’s so thrilled to be performing with her at Sydney Festival in 2017.
It’s finally here!! Summer has officially started and we couldn’t be more excited. It’s time for sunshine, warm evenings spent outdoors and (best of all) lots of fun things to do at Sydney Festival.
To help you start planning your January, we’ve put together a list of 10 things you can do to make the most of this summer in Sydney:
There’s lots of chatter at the moment about The Encounter (which comes to Sydney direct from Broadway) and why it’s such an exciting show – but you’d be forgiven for being a bit confused when it comes to understanding what it’s all about. After all, this isn’t traditional theatre by any means, which is part of what makes it so special.
To make it all a little easier, here’s our quick guide to The Encounter and why you shouldn’t miss it:
Brisbane art-rock veterans Regurgitator may not be the first act to come to mind when picking teams for a The Velvet Underground & Nico tribute. But Regurgitator have never met a musical genre they couldn’t lovingly poke a few holes in, or a tongue-in-cheek performance-art stunt they didn’t like the flavour of. We chat with Quan from Regurgitator about their upcoming show at Sydney Festival.
It doesn’t get much better than Sydney in summer. Whether you’re a casual visitor or a long-time resident of our fine city, our iconic venues can still take your breath away: it’s the spectacle of Sydney Opera House, the natural wonders of the Barangaroo precinct and the long balmy nights in Hyde Park. Good thing we’ve got you sorted for food, entertainment and accommodation near all the best Sydney landmarks!