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Symphonica: Armand Van Helden and the MSO at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Saturday 27 January 2018. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Shuts Downs 2020 Season Until At Least July

by Announcement

A statement from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra:

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Hans Zimmer

BMW Recruits Hans Zimmer To Create Electric Car Soundtrack

by Paul Cashmere

BMW has recruited Grammy, Academy, Golden Globe Award winner Hans Zimmer to create an audio soundtrack for its new concept i4 electric car about to go into production.

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Serena Wang

Noise11 COO Nick Kontonicolas Introduces New Talent Soprano Serena Pei Ying Wang

by Noise11.com

The Noise Network’s Chief Operating Officer Nick Kontonicolas is excited to discover the work of talented classical soprano (Serena) Pei Ying Wang.

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Placido Domingo

Placido Domingo Dropped From Spanish Show After More Sexual Misconduct Allegations Surface

by Music-News.com

Spanish authorities have scrapped two upcoming performances by embattled opera star Placido Domingo “in solidarity” with his alleged sexual misconduct victims.

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Mirusia

Mirusia To Perform 40 Date Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Australian soprano Mirusia will head out on one of the most extensive national tours of 2020.

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Melbourne Symphony Orchestra - photo by Daniel Aulsebrook

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra To Raise Funds For Red Cross

by Tim Cashmere

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will dedicate the first of three free concerts to the Red Cross, they announced today.

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Robert Hughes with Abba in Abba The Movie

Abba, Queen and Coldplay are the new Bach, Beethoven and Mozart

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A study from the University of New South Wales, Curtain University and Roehampton University has concluded that Abba, Queen and Coldplay should be held in the same esteem as Bach, Beethoven and Mozart.

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Mirusia Christmas Memories

Mirusia To Perform Christmas Dates For Her Christmas Album

by Paul Cashmere

Soprano Mirusia will perform some solo Christmas dates to sing a few songs from her first ever Christmas album ‘Christmas Memories’.

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Andre Previn

Emmys Apologise for Including Leonard Slatkin In In Memoriam Segment

by Paul Cashmere

Emmys chiefs have apologised for using a photo of living composer Leonard Slatkin to represent the late Andre Previn during the In Memoriam segment at Sunday night’s awards show.

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Katherine Jenkins Pushes Back Tour To Work On New Album

by Music-News.com

Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins has postponed her upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand to record a new album.

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Charlotte Church

Charlotte Church Starts Her Own School

by Music-News.com

Charlotte Church is planning to turn part of her home into a school.

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James Hetfield of Metallica photo by Ros OGorman

Metallica Play Another San Francisco Symphony Concert 20 Years After The First

by Paul Cashmere

Metallica have performed another hometown orchestrated show with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra 20 years after their first event in 1999.

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Ben Folds photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ben Folds to reunite with his former band the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

by Paul Cashmere

Ben Folds will perform again with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in 2020.

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Metallica S&M2

Metallica to Reunite with the San Francisco Symphony for S&M2

by Paul Cashmere

Metallica will get back with the Sam Francisco Symphony for a reunion 20 years on of the ‘S&M’ (Symphony & Metallica) event.

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Dr Miles Gregory at the Shakespeare Gardens Pop Up Globe Announcement. The Pop Up Globe starts in September 2017 at the Myer Music Bowl. Photo by Ros OGorman

Shakespeare’s Pop-Up Globe Is Heading To Perth

by Paul Cashmere

The Pop-Up Globe, a replica of the historic Shakespeare Globe Theatre in London, is heading to Perth in October.

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Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to perform Skyfall in concert

by Paul Cashmere

The score to the 23rd James Bond movie ‘Skyfall’ will be performed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra as a lead-up to the still unnamed Bond 25.

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David Foster

David Foster and Katherine McPhee wed in London

by Music-News.com

Music producer David Foster and singer/actress Katharine McPhee have become husband and wife.

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Katherine Jenkins at Noise11.com

Katherine Jenkins will head back to Australia in November for her first tour since 2011.

by Paul Cashmere

Katherine Jenkins will head back to Australia in November for her first tour since 2011.

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Mandy Patinkin

Mandy Patinkin Covers Paul Simon, Randy Newman on new album

by Paul Cashmere

Actor and singer Mandy Patinkin has taken on songs by Paul Simon and Randy Newman as part of his new album ‘Diary: December 2018’.

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Josh Piterman

Josh Piterman to Perform his own shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane

by Paul Cashmere

Theatre star Josh Piterman will perform his own shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in June.

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Mark Vincent and Tommy Fleming

Tommy Fleming to join Mark Vincent on tour in Australia

by Paul Cashmere

Irish folk singer will tour Australia with Mark Vincent in November.

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis photo by Kerry Brown

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis to Perform their Film Scores With the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

by Paul Cashmere

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis will upsize their backing band from the Bad Seeds to the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra when they perform together as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival.

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Casino Royale in Concert

James Bond Casino Royale to screen while Melbourne Symphony Orchestra play

by Paul Cashmere

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will perform the score to the James Bond movie ‘Casino Royale’ for two nights in May.

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Prof. Brian Cox

Brian Cox and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra are going on a date

by Paul Cashmere

Physicist Professor Brian Cox is joining the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for two shows.

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Nigel Kennedy

Nigel Kennedy makes Classical and Jazz Rock first Australian show for 2019 REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

Nigel Kennedy is the rock star of classical music. What is incredible is that when rock bands like Metallica try classical they have to recruit an army of musicians. Kennedy is the opposite. His magic happens with just four other musicians on stage.

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The Angels play Palms Crown Casino on Friday 27 October 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Angels prepare Symphony of Angels shows for 2019

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels first major project of 2019 will be the Symphony of Angels shows for Melbourne and Sydney in April.

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Murusia with Judith Durham

Mirusia pays tribute to 50 years of The Seekers

by Paul Cashmere

Star Australian soprano Mirusia will mark the 50th anniversary of The Seekers with a magnificent tribute ‘A Salute to the Seekers’ coming via Robert Rigby’s Ambition Entertainment in 2019.

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Nigel Kennedy

Nigel Kennedy has Robert Plant’s guitarist in his band

by Paul Cashmere

When violin virtuoso Nigel Kennedy tours Australia in 2019 the guitarist flanking him is Doug Boyle, previously of Robert Plant’s band.

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Pavarotti

Ron Howard is making a movie about Pavarotti

by Paul Cashmere

Filmmaker Ron Howard’s much-anticipated Luciano Pavarotti documentary will feature unseen footage of the iconic opera singer and interviews with his widow Nicoletta and rocker Bono.

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The Angels play Palms Crown Casino on Friday 27 October 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Angels to perform Symphony of Angels for Sydney and Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels will once again perform The Symphony of Angels with a full orchestra for Sydney and Melbourne.

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