Edition Two

Friday, 24 April 2020

This week features Brisbane artists, small spaces and big ideas. Imagine music theatre in a backyard studio, the intimacy of chamber music and the nostalgic lure of suburbia.


JASON BARRY-SMITH SINGS COLE PORTER AND MORE

Brisbane born Jason Barry‑Smith is an operatic baritone. He is a regular guest on QPAC stages performing with Opera Queensland and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra amongst many others. In this special performance introduced by QPAC Producer Paul Dellit, Jason sings a few of his favourite songs.

FROM OUR ARCHIVE

Twilight Notes
Chamber music is literally music from a chamber, a small space…how apt. Trio Ensemble Liaison chats about the democracy of making music in close proximity to an audience.

 

Beaconsfield Terrace – Lillian Curthoys
Brisbane poet Lillian Curthoys conjures her childhood suburb in a way you can almost taste, smell, and hear.

FROM OUR FRIENDS

Community Dance Classes with Queensland Ballet
If you hear music, dance! That’s the friendly challenge issued by Queensland Ballet as they deliver accessible online ballet classes for everyone from tiny dancers to seniors and all abilities in between.

 

#TuneInTuneOut 5@5 with Camerata
Camerata, Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra has launched 5@5, an online initiative featuring their artists and friends playing for five minutes each day at 5pm, offering listeners the chance to tune in and tune out from the barrage of online noise.


 

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Performance Cancellations.

Our theatres (the Lyric Theatre, Playhouse, Cremorne and the Concert Hall) are closed. Please visit our Performance cancellations and COVID-19 page for the latest updates.

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