Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway

The remarkable story of how a group of inspired mavericks made an unlikely marriage of hip-hop and history the biggest musical show in America…and are getting ready to conquer the world!
  • Coppélia

    A sparkling tale of magic and mischief, Coppéliahas everything a good story ballet should: enchantment, romance and sumptuous costumes. Performed by The Australian Ballet. Music performed by Opera Australia Orchestra.

  • Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival: Juan Diego Florez in Recital

    Juan Diego Florez at the Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival 2019.

  • Folia de Mourad Merzouki

    Baroque and hip hop two different worlds, here they come together. Mourad Merzouki has elevated break dance to a performing art, and with his Compagnie Käfig he repeatedly confronts hip hop with other styles and artists.

  • Gala from Berlin 2017

    Join Joyce DiDonato, the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle and enjoy virtuous and ravishing interpretations of Dvořák, Stravinsky, R.Strauss, Shostakovich, Brahms and of course Leonard Bernstein, thus heralding the “Bernstein at 100 Centennial” as it were.

  • Golden Stage

    Golden Stage performing live at La Villette in Paris, 2017.

  • Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway

    The remarkable story of how a group of inspired mavericks made an unlikely marriage of hip-hop and history the biggest musical show in America…and are getting ready to conquer the world!

  • Horatio Alger Concert: George Perris Live From The Allen Room

    (2004) International recording artist and Horatio Alger Ambassador George Perris performs songs from his record, "Picture This”, live from the Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York.

  • La Bohème

    La Bohème is one of the most frequently performed and most loved operas ever since its premiere in Turin, in 1896. Valeria Sepe stars as the tragic Mimì and Kang Wang is her jealous lover, the poet, Rodolfo. Julie Lea Goodwin and Samuel Dundas are the on-again, off-again lovers Musetta and Marcello. With over 100 performers on stage for the crowd scenes, conductor Tahu Matheson is at the helm of a spectacular production.

  • Listen to the World: The Musical Instrument Museum

    An exclusive look at the creation of the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, which houses some of the most obscure instruments the world has known and explores the ways music can universally rouse emotion and soothe the soul.

  • Shakura'S Aida - Rhino Jazz Festival 2014

    Shakura'S Aida is undeniably one of the most authentic artists of its generation in Canada and around the World. This international musician had enriched for over 25 years the musical scene of the Jazz and Blues with her warm voice and her other artistic influences such as R&B. Her amazing performance during the Rhino Jazz Festival is one of a kind concert that will take your breath away and make viewers feel as if they were right there on the stage!

  • Swan Lake by Martin Schläpfer (2018)

    “Swan Lake” by Peter I. Tchaikovsky is the most famous ballet of all time. In 2018/19 the Ballett am Rhein presents Martin Schläpfer’s version on both its stages in Düsseldorf and Duisburg.

  • The Australian Ballet: The Merry Widow

    Step into the ballrooms of Fin de siècle Paris, and delight in Robert Helpmann and Ronald Hynd’s light-hearted production of The Merry Widow – filled with tangled affairs, narrow misses and jealous lovers.

  • The Australian Ballet: The Narrative of Nothing

    The title of this unique work relates to choreographer Graeme Murphy’s notion that audiences, when confronted with the abstract, will map their own narrative on to what they see. The score (Brett Dean’s Fire Music) was written as a response to the Black Saturday bushfires that raged across Australia’s East Coast in 2009. The costumes by Jennifer Irwin, Murphy’s long-time collaborator, are sewn with tiny mirrors that reflect the searing golden rays of Damien Cooper’s lighting design.

  • Zac Harmon - Rhino Jazz Festival 2016

    Zac Harmon fate is like no other, a bluesman from Jackson who’s about to turn 50 and has known many musical lives! His warm and rousing voice resembles Luther Allison’s. On the guitar side, Zac takes his influences from his idol, Albert King.

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