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Summerfest returns to Sunnnybank Performing Arts Centre this year with a series of free concerts from local Brisbane artists.
Kupka’s Piano is a collective of musicians and composers who celebrate new classical music, and who will be showcased in Brisbane Music Festival tomorrow.
Brisbane Festival will return in September, with a vibrant, distinctly Brisbane-led lineup to reawaken the city. We caught up with Brendan Joyce, Camerata artistic director, on their upcoming performances at BrisFest 2020.
TCI caught up with baritone Jason Barry-Smith, ahead of his recital A Life in Many Parts on 28-29 August at Opera Queensland’s studio in Brisbane.
Home of the Arts, HOTA, has announced its Fireside program, featuring locally flavoured live performances over four weekends in July.
In the last month, the world has become incredibly quiet – not only because most of the population is in self-isolation, but also because the music industry’s plans for the year have been completely wiped out since the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to all live music for the foreseeable future.
Anywhere that brings hula hooping, embroidery and pizza together is a place we want to be. Seven months after their Brisbane opening, The Creative Issue checks in with Work-Shop Brisbaneâ€™s Director and Program Curator, Ellie Anderson, to see how the city is responding to their crafty and arty classes.
“The only difference between me and them is that I work harder.” Brisbane graphic designer turned urban artist Sarah Sculley lets The Creative IssueÂ in on some of the secrets behind her commercial success and what drew her to branch out into painting.
The biggest creative music faculty in Brisbane, Tall Poppy Productions, is bringing together 5 up and comingÂ local artists in a tribute to the legendary Neil Young. Each musician will interpret the works of Neil Young alongside a variety of their own original songs, with the night promising to be one for both local music lovers and Neil Young fans alike.
Envisioning what is the first noise absorbing acoustic panels for artists at cafes and restaurants, Black CanvasÂ is set to revolutionise the industry for art and culture in Brisbane.
After recognising the problem many artists, venues, employees and customers, have with noise, their ground breaking idea needs your help to come to fruition.
With only two days left to get behind this event, head over to their PozibleÂ page to donate.