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Ash Grunwald Doing Aussies Proud Abroad

Ash Grunwald Doing Aussies Proud Abroad

Australia’s favourite blues one-man-band Ash Grunwald is heading back to Australia after a hugely successful American tour.

Grunwald begins his Aussie tour in Townsville on the 15th August and will play at The Gov in Adelaide on September 27th.

Music Review: Masters 5 – “Concerto for Orchestra”

Music Review: Masters 5 – “Concerto for Orchestra”

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s latest offering of “Masters” came in the form of two handsome imports; American conductor Eugene Tzigane and German cellist Alban Gerhardt performing Concerto for Orchestra

Music Review: Piano Quintets Presented by Australian Chamber Orchestra

Music Review: Piano Quintets Presented by Australian Chamber Orchestra

Four members of the Australian Chamber Orchestra teamed with Finnish pianist Paavali Jumppanen (a few days after his 40th birthday), for the intimate concert indulgence, Piano Quintets. In doing so, they may have created history’s best looking quintet; they certainly made a play for the best sounding.

Music Review: The Firm, Concert 1: Leigh Harrold

Music Review: The Firm, Concert 1: Leigh Harrold

Leigh Harrold has had a big week. First he goes and wins the Hugh D. T. Williamson Prize (first prize pianist) in the 2014 Mietta Song Competition, and then he stars in the first concert of the year for The Firm; the 102nd since inception.

Continuing to be the best value concert in town, The Firm’s stellar 2014 program unfolds over five concerts on the Elder Hall stage, sharing the common theme of “The Waltz”.

Follow The Sun Blues & Roots Festival Announced For Glenelg

Follow The Sun Blues & Roots Festival Announced For Glenelg

The Australian music festival calendar has just had another event added to this year’s line up with the Follow The Sun Festival being announced for Adelaide.

UBERfest Winter 2014 Kicks Off This Week In Adelaide

UBERfest Winter 2014 Kicks Off This Week In Adelaide

Known for its huge, diverse line-up, showcasing independent musicians to the masses, UBERfest has proven to be a successful launch pad for emerging talent across the country. Having experienced an overflowing line-up in its summer festival, back in February, UBERfest has expanded its location on the eastern seaboard, to come across to Adelaide for a stellar debut next weekend (Sat 26 July) at the Light Hotel!

Hands Like Houses Announce National Headline Tour This Sep-Oct!

Hands Like Houses Announce National Headline Tour This Sep-Oct!

Canberra rockers, HANDS LIKE HOUSES show absolutely no sign of slowing down, having recently come off a string of Australian club shows last month, the sextet are announcing anational headline tour this September and October – their 4th headline tour globally this year!

Paul Kelly Presents – The Merri Soul Sessions

Paul Kelly Presents – The Merri Soul Sessions

Following the recent releases of his groundbreaking song cycles, ‘Spring and Fall’ and ‘Conversations with Ghosts’, Paul Kelly is pleased to announce another innovative chapter in his long-standing career. Earlier this year, Paul assembled his touring band and an exciting group of singers to record a set of new songs as well as one old classic. The tracks were performed live in the studio by Clairy Browne, Vika and Linda Bull, Dan Sultan, Kira Puru and himself

Adelaide International Guitar Festival: Christopher Hale’s Sylvan Coda Project

Adelaide International Guitar Festival: Christopher Hale’s Sylvan Coda Project

Christopher Hale’s Sylvan Coda Project promised flamenco infused jazz and a Sunday afternoon of cool, sultry sounds; happily, it did not disappoint.
The show opened with Aloysius Leeson playing beautiful Spanish solo guitar before introducing his Quartet to the stage.

Adelaide International Guitar Festival: Pepe Romeo & Yamandu Costa

Adelaide International Guitar Festival: Pepe Romeo & Yamandu Costa

There was a quiet air of optimism ahead of the packed out opening to the Adelaide Guitar Festival with Spanish classical guitar maestro Pepe Romero and young upcoming Brazilian star Yamandu Costa. The involvement of the Adelaide Art Orchestra added another level of expectation and excitement.

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