Late Night at the Cathedral – Bach Cello Suites brought us the very best of things that go Bach in the night. St Peter’s Cathedral was the stunning candlelit setting for the wonderful performance of all six suites for solo cello by J. S. Bach, BWV 1007-1012.
A burst of Indonesian culture will take over Adelaide’s Rymill Park, off East Terrace, on Sunday April 13 when INDOfest comes to town.
The Adelaide International Cello Festival presented two of the world’s cello stars for an intimate and informal evening staged in the Mortlock Chamber of the State Library. Lynn Harrell and Margarita Balanas performed to a full house, as the attentive and enthusiastic crowd soaked in the stunning music and wonderful atmosphere of the historic surrounds.
Three-piece riff rockers Dallas Frasca are back in a huge way with a stomping new single ‘Lizard Boy’. To celebrate the release, the band will hit the road for a mighty 10-date national tour across April and May, bringing their famed live show to major cities Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne, as well as a number of regional towns across the country.
The sold-out live rock phenomenon of 2009 is back: 30 of the Beatles’ most breathtaking songs performed with a 17-piece rock orchestra.
They said it wasn’t possible. Not even the Beatles, after all, attempted to perform their classic self-titled double album live on stage
The Adelaide Music Collective today launched the AMC Sessions, a series of six concert events showcasing South Australia’s musical achievers.
On her way to perform at her Canberra show, Elizabeth Rose took some time to talk with Music Editor Darren Hassan about her new self titled EP and current tour, which includes the opening night of Pirie and Co, Adelaide’s newest live music venue.
With only two weeks out the artists are preparing for their show stopping performance at Lost Picnic. Megan Washington, has just released her anticipated new single ‘Who Are You,’ her first in more than two years.
Singer, songwriter, radio and TV personality Ella Hooper has announced a national tour to celebrate her single, ‘Low High’, which is set appear on her forthcoming debut solo album, In Tongues.
Earlier in the day Azadoota (Iraq/Aus) opened the Speakers Corner stage with a colourful and bright set consisting of some distinctly Middle Eastern sounds whilst Hanggai (China) once again took the crowd on a Mongolian horseback journey with their high-energy Mongolian influences.