A concert performance of Ernst Krenek’s 1926 opera Jonny Strikes Up. Athenaeum Theatre, 4th October.
Fourth concert of the Schubertiade festival. Hawthorn Arts Centre, 6th October.
Cabaret show presented as part of the Melbourne International Arts Festival. The Famous Spiegeltent, 15th-20th October.
Playing at the Comedy Theatre, playing currently until 19th January 2020.
A concert of twenty newly-commissioned vocal fragments, programmed alongside fragments of traditional choral works. Melbourne Recital Centre, 1st November.
A concert of new Australian chamber music. Tempo Rubato, 2nd November.
A concert of contemporary and newly-composed choral works. The Seafarer’s Dome, 1st November and 2nd November.
Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs Olivier Messiaen’s Turangalîla-Symphonie. Sydney Opera House, 21st November.
A concert of contemporary works by emerging composers (and an appearance from Phillip Glass). Prudence Myer Studio, Ian Potter Southbank Centre, 28th November.
A program of seven Mozart Church Sonatas programmed alongside Wagenseil Concerto in G, WV. 306. Primrose Potter Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre, 28th November.
Chamber vocal ensemble Polyphonic Voices present a program of contemporary American choral music and arrangements of traditional gospel songs. The Dome, The Mission to Seafarers, Docklands, 29th November.
Cabaret filmed in a direct-to-camera format, broadcast online as part of Gertrude Opera’s Yarra Valley Opera Festival. Available for streaming between the 23rd-24th October.
Concert of compositions by the 2020 Honours Composition cohort at Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. Streamed on YouTube, 28th October.
Fully staged opera film produced by Pinchgut Opera, featuring the music of Barbara Strozzi. Available for paid streaming until 13th December.
Fully staged opera by Melbourne Opera. Regent Theatre, 5th February.