Asha Jefferies: Powerhouse, indie-pop singer-songwriter Asha Jefferies brings maturity beyond her years in new single Coburg; a soaring, atmospheric track about stepping outside of your moral bounds. Come celebrate the new single with her tonight.
Thu, Sep 21, Oxford Arts Factory
Cloud Control: Sydney’s own enigmatic indie-psych-pop trio have returned with new single, Zone (This Is How It Feels), taken from their new album, ZONE. When the trio set out to write this record they expected 12 months would suffice but it took them three years so they’re definitely ready to unleash on stage tomorrow night.
Fri, Sep 22, The Metro
Frances Madden: A rising star of the Australian music scene, singer, piano player and songwriter Frances Madden effortlessly spans a number of genres from jazz and blues to her own unique compositions. In the past twelve months, Frances has headlined at the JZ Club in Shanghai, drawn a crowd of over 1,500 people at Manly Jazz Festival and supported the legendary Dionne Warwick as well as Grammy Award winner Gregory Porter.
Sat, Sep 23, The Basement
Sydney Philharmonia Choirs: VOX , the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs’ choir specifically designed for singers aged 18-30, brings together the talents of Sydney’s young choristers, under the effervescent leadership of Music Director, Elizabeth Scott. For this exciting show the choir will be bringing to life music inspired by the Northern Lights and bracing arctic air from composers such as Arvo Pärt and Pēteris Vasks.
Sat, Sep 23, St Mary’s Cathedral Crypt
Global Rhythms Music Festival: Celebrate a kaleidoscope of world music when a diverse set of musicians hit the big outdoor stage at Glebe’s Bicentennial Park on Sunday. On the scenic waterfront, music lovers will hear top live performers - King Tide, The Strides, Alphamama, The Crooked Fiddle Band and San Lazaro, along with artists making their mark, like powerhouse blues diva, Alice Terry. The musical smorgasbord spans reggae, Afrobeats, R&B, hip hop, jazz and blues to Latin, folk and more.
Sun, Sep 24, Bicentennial Park
Angus & Julia Stone: Australia’s most prolific and loved siblings arrive in Sydney early next week. They’ll be bringing their sun-drenched melodies to warm up our winter blues. Joining Angus & Julia Stone is special guest Ruel. Quite literally the definition of ‘a natural’, at only 14 years of age Ruel has the soulful voice of a broken heart that had been smoking cigarettes and downing whiskey for the past 40 years.
Tue, Sep 26, Enmore Theatre
Ferruccio Furlanetto: World-renowned bass Ferruccio Furlanetto is bringing his award-winning voice to Sydney, performing an enchanting repertoire. Glamorous divas and showy tenors are used to the spotlight, but it’s a rare performer who can take a sonorous bass and make it world famous. Ferruccio Furlanetto is that performer: a gifted singer-actor with a captivating voice.
Wed, Sep 27, City Recital Hall
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