Posts tagged as "live"

Tempo Rubato – The Venue Shaking Up Melbourne’s Classical Music Scene

December 10, 2020

On a typical weekend, Melbourne music venue Tempo Rubato would be hosting performances on its 102-key grand piano, serving drinks from its minimalist bar, and generally playing host to good times and conversation for its dedicated group of punters. Of course, 2020 has not been a great year for typical weekends. With the Australian state […]

Digital Concerts On This Month

December 2, 2020

It’s no secret, 2020 has not been a great year for live music. The pandemic has, however, driven innovation in the area of digital concerts. Streaming full-length concerts on YouTube, Facebook and dedicated platforms like the newly launched DG Stage have become much more commonplace, with artists pushing the concepts and production value of their […]

'All That Is Not Solid' – Luke Howard's Freely Improvised Album

August 4, 2020

Melbourne pianist and composer Luke Howard is one of ZoneOut’s OG crew. The headline artist at 2019’s ZoneOut Festival in Sydney, Luke’s draws on both the free flowing improvisation of jazz and the structured motivic development of contemporary classical. It’s these two opposing forces – the Yin and the Yang – that fuel the unstable […]

Won’t You Call Me – Agnes Obel Live from National Sawdust

April 24, 2020

Danish singer-songwriter Agnes Obel has released the first of a series of live videos. Filmed at her sold out concerts at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust, ‘Won’t You Call Me’ is an intimate live performance of the beautiful album closer from Obel’s 2020 album Myopia. Read our interview with Agnes Obel on the making of her album […]

Max Richter’s 'Sleep' – Easter Radio Broadcast

April 9, 2020

Max Richter’s 8-hour work Sleep, described by the composer as a “lullaby for a frenetic world” will be broadcast globally on radio stations this Easter weekend. The details for local broadcasts can be found on Max’s website. The special radio event will be launched in the UK by BBC Radio 3 – the station which first […]

Ólafur Arnalds 2020 Tour – ‘re:act’ – Europe & North America

March 11, 2020

Award-winning artist, composer and producer Ólafur Arnalds has announced brand new material and a tour in autumn 2020, following three years of intensive touring of his re:member project. The new ‘re:act’ tour features Ólafur’s signature string quartet, a live percussionist and an arsenal of pianos and synthesizers. His self-playing Stratus pianos will be along for […]

Joep Beving – 'Klangfall' – live in Amsterdam

February 4, 2020

Watch Dutch neo-classical pianist and composer Joep Beving in this scintillation live performance from Amsterdam’s Contergebouw. “Klangfall” is a work from Joep Beving’s 2019 album Henosis. On this album, Joep explores a richer, more textured soundworld through the use of modular synthesisers, strings, and chamber choir. Joep describers the album as ” an album about […]

Studio Ghibli Film Music Returns to Melbourne

January 7, 2020

Legendary composer-conductor Joe Hisaishi will conduct a performance of his music from the films of Japan’s legendary Studio Ghibli in an extraordinary concert event at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, exclusive to Melbourne. Saturday 29 February & Sunday 1 March 2020Sidney Myer Music BowlBook Tickets Hisaishi will conduct the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and MSO Chorus through the […]

're:visions' – a video for every city from Ólafur Arnalds

November 20, 2019

Following the success of his critically acclaimed album re:member and global tour, Icelandic composer, musician and producer Ólafur Arnalds announces the release of the special deluxe edition of his 2018 release, re:member, with 4LPs featuring brand new arrangements and live reworks – titled re:visions. Each track on re:visions is accompanied by a live video performance […]

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