Originally published on Alt Media

Abbe May: After re-emerging from hiatus earlier this year with her infectiously catchy single 'Are We Flirting', and then following it up with second single 'Doomsday Clock', Perth’s Abbe May can add Best Single and Best Female Vocalist at the WAM Awards to her list of accomplishments in 2016, and luckily for us Sydney-folk we can see her performing live tonight.

Thu, Nov 17, Newtown Social Club

Cub Sport: Brisbane’s Cub Sport have had a career-defining year with their debut album This Is Our Vice. Returning after a break from the spotlight, the time away gave them a new perspective – now older, wiser, and with more stories to tell. Head out and hear these personal stories in person tomorrow night.

Fri, Nov 18, Oxford Art Factory

Pink Sari Melodies Concert: An afternoon concert to celebrate the winners of the Pink Sari Project National Songwriting Competition and recognise the success of community efforts to increase breast cancer screening in women from Indian and Sri Lankan backgrounds.

Sat, Nov 19, Auburn Town Hall

Lazy Eye: Having just been awarded the 2016 Blues Album Of The Year from the Adelaide Roots and Blues Association, this soul blues group from South Australia are excited to perform in Sydney this weekend.

Sun, Nov 20, The Camelot Lounge

Broads: Melbourne noir-country crooners Kelly Day and Jane Hendry are Broads – literally and musically. With a celebrated EP under their belt, a raft of celebrated collaborators, and a list of live shows that have taken in intimate venues as well as festival stages, Broads are a two-piece tour de force continually flexing their creative powers.

Sun, Nov 20, Golden Barley Hotel

Meet The Orchestra: An interactive family-friendly concert where the music has been arranged specifically for young listeners by the Sydney Youth Orchestra Philharmonic. From classical favourites to nursery rhymes, the Meet the Orchestra daytime program will be a fun, informative and accessible introduction to the orchestra for the whole family.

Sun, Nov 20, Riverside Theatres

Sumi Jo: One of the world’s most adored coloratura sopranos, Sumi Jo, presents a tribute to the legendary diva Maria Callas in a one-night only performance to kick-off your work week in delightful fashion.

Mon, Nov 21, City Recital Hall

Australian Chamber Orchestra: Lorenza Borrani, the explosive Italian violinist, will make her Australian debut this month joining the Australian Chamber Orchestra as guest director of the Beethoven’s Favourite tour.

Tue, Nov 22, City Recital Hall

Sèbastien Giniaux: Giniaux has been at the vanguard of the French gypsy jazz scene for many years, fusing his boundless musical creativity with a vast array of influences such as classical, tango, Eastern European gypsy, modern jazz, rock, and of course the gypsy swing of Django Reinhardt.

Wed, Nov 23, Django Bar

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