The Marais Project On Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

The Marais Project performs Two, live, online, on the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall platform, followed by the release of an exquisite recording in April on the Move label. One of Australia’s most colourful early music ensembles, The Marais Project conceived Two as the centrepiece of its 2020 concert series. Not wanting to abandon the concept...


The Marais Project Plays Gordon Kerry Premiere At Season Launch

Mosman Art Gallery 1, Art Gallery Way,, Mosman, NSW, Australia

The Marais Project launches its 2021 Season with a distinctive pairing of Old World Europe and music from the Australian continent when it presents The Art of Monody, featuring the world premiere of 'Christchurch Monody' by Gordon Kerry.

The Marais Project – The Art Of Monody

Mosman Art Gallery 1, Art Gallery Way,, Mosman, NSW, Australia

The Marais Project's next concert, 'The Art of Monody' features a new piece by Gordon Kerry, with music by Handel, Isaac Nathan, Marin Marais, Lew and Mara Kiek and Monteverdi.

Elysian Fields On Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Elysian Fields, Australia’s only electric viola da gamba ensemble, bring their genre-defying blend of classical, jazz, and world music to Melbourne Digital Concert Hall in a profoundly moving exploration of ensemble leader Jenny Eriksson’s Swedish heritage. Featuring exquisite arrangements of Swedish folk songs, music by leading Scandinavian composers and materials by band members inspired by the Far North.


Refugee Poet Jalal Mahamede And Keyna Wilkins’ Album Launch ‘Set Me Free’

LazyBones Lounge, Restaurant and Bar 294 Marrickville Rd., Marrickville, NSW, Australia

Set Me Free is a collaborative album from poet-artist and 9 years imprisoned Iranian refugee Jalal Mahamede and Australian Art Music Award finalist Keyna Wilkins. Launching in November 2021, Set Me Free is a musical setting of 13 of Mahamede’s evocative poems, which focus on themes of justice and freedom. The music is stylistically broad, with...


Bach Akademie Australia Presents The Weapons of Rhetoric

Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Bach Akademie Australia's The Weapons of Rhetoric concerts in June feature not only Bach’s celebrated Double Violin Concerto, but also writer-actor Jonathan Biggins and urbane rhetorician Jonathan Horton QC, one of Australia’s outstanding legal brains, as guest presenter-performers. The duo will demonstrate the art of rhetoric and the relationship between speech and music in theatrical debate interwoven throughout the program.

The Song Company: Song, Light and Movement in Arms Of Love

The Neilson Pier 2/3, 13 Hickson Road, Dawes Point,, NSW, Australia

Buxtehude’s monumental meditation on suffering and the human body reimagined with contemporary Indigenous choreography from Karul Projects, and a major new Australian work from Chris Williams, setting words by Behrouz Boochani.

The Marais Project Performs Dowland

Walsh Bay Arts Precinct Wharf 4/5, 15 Hickson Rd, Dawes Point, Australia

The Marais Project presents a selection of the finest English songs in 'A Pilgrime’s Solace: Dowland’s last songs & Danyel’s funeral tears.' Featuring tenor Koen van Stade with lutenist Tommie Andersson and Jenny Eriksson playing the viola da gamba, the concerts celebrate the extraordinary composer and lutenist, John Dowland (1563–1626) whose popularity endures nearly 400 years after he died.

Marais Project And Duo Langborn/Wendel On Tour

Sydney Conservatorium of Music 1, Conservatorium Road, Sydney, NSW, Australia

The Marais Project and Duo Langborn/Wendel present Nordic moods and baroque echoes combing Swedish folk music, works from the baroque and several original compositions/arrangements. The tour takes in Sydney, Berrima, Dungog, Wauchope and Tea Gardens during February 2023.