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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | September 28, 2021

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Indigenous Soprano Deborah Cheetham AO performs with Opera Queensland

March 18, 2021 |

Yorta Yorta soprano Deborah Cheetham AO takes the stage in her Opera Queensland debut in the latest Studio Series concert, Songs my mother sang to me. Read More

Opera Queensland’s Lorelei: Ancient Myth Meets Modern Woman

March 13, 2021 |

Opera Queensland’s Lorelei tells the story of an ancient myth, with a modern twist. Featuring three of Australia’s leading opera voices in a boundary-breaking mix of opera, musical theatre and cabaret, this is a show well worth seeing.

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Queensland Ballet Celebrates 60th Anniversary Gala

March 9, 2021 |

Queensland Ballet’s 60th Anniversary Gala on Friday night in the QPAC Playhouse was a joyous and momentous event for the company, celebrating their achievements over the last 60 years.

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QSO Paints Lush Musical Landscapes

March 3, 2021 |

Queensland Symphony Orchestra presented a concert of lush musical landscapes from rivers to mountains to skies on Sunday morning at QPAC.

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Flowers, Birds, Fountains: Southern Cross Soloists take us to Spain

March 2, 2021 |

Guitarist Slava Grigoryan, together with ensemble Southern Cross Soloists, transported audiences across the seas to Spain and France on Sunday afternoon.

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The Hive Collective’s Kate Wild On Latest Season At Metro Arts

February 15, 2021 |

The Bull, The Moon, and The Coronet of Stars is set to open this week as part of a season of three plays, The Bull, Elektra/Orestes, and Conviction. Read More

QSO Favourites: Beethoven to Bolero

February 14, 2021 |

QSO Favourites last Saturday was an evening of entertaining and sublime music, featuring the orchestra’s favourite pieces from Beethoven to Bolero.

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Topology Sources Instruments for Regional Kids

February 11, 2021 |

Call out for instruments! Do you have a spare violin or viola that is not being used to its full potential? You can help Topology and Texas State School start its first strings program! Read More

Souvenirs from Spain: Slava Grigoryan & Southern Cross Soloists

February 10, 2021 |

Southern Cross Soloists, together with acclaimed classical guitarist Slava Grigoryan, will present an afternoon of musical delight in Souvenirs De Aranjuez.

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Brisbane Music Festival Returns for 2021

February 8, 2021 |

After a successful online series last year, the Brisbane Music Festival is returning to stages and spaces across Brisbane for 2021.

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MZAZA Journeys through the Cosmos in ‘The Birth and Death of Stars’

January 30, 2021 |

MZAZA takes us on a journey through the cosmos with their 3rd studio album and theatrical show The Birth and Death of Stars, inspired by astronomy, philosophy and history.

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From the Ashes a Fire Shall be Woken: IMA’s Tim Riley Walsh

January 29, 2021 |

From Saturday, January 30, Brisbane residents will see the Valley’s Institute of Modern Art (IMA) come alive with a brand-new contemporary art exhibition. On Fire: Climate and Crisis will focus on the recent Black Summer of 2019-2020 and the impacts of this tragedy.

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‘Our Town’: Beauty in the Everyday with Queensland Theatre

December 17, 2020 |

Queensland Theatre’s first production for 2021, Our Town, will feature a 14-strong cast, with some of Australia’s best actors alongside local emerging talent.

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A Sinful Bite: An Interview with Brief’s Fez Faanana

December 16, 2020 |

Bite Club, Briefs Factory International’s brand-new show is in full swing. It opened last week and has left Brisbane begging for more.

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