Queensland Symphony Orchestra has a sensational season of sound in store for autumn, from hip-hop to Handel and trombone to T-Rex, guaranteed to keep you warm as the temperature (finally) heads south!
After the wonders of Dreamscapes featured the works of Australian pianist and composer, Elena Kats-Chernin as well as Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique (allegedly written under the influence of opium, whilst Berlioz recovered from the heartache of being spurned by an actress who didn’t return his love letters!) on the weekend, next up is Jurassic Park!
‘Theme from Jurassic Park’ is widely regarded as one of John Williams’ greatest works and his score to the film, written in 1993 (nearly 30 years ago!), often makes ‘Top Ten’ lists of the greatest movie scores of all time! On Saturday 27 April, Queensland Symphony Orchestra will perform the entire Jurassic Park soundtrack live with the film projected in HD at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. It’s an epic concert for the whole family, 65 million years in the making!
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The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo was created in 1950 by the Army in Scotland as their contribution to Edinburgh’s international festivals. Showcasing military and civilian acts from around the world, the Tattoo has evolved into a world-renowned commercial organisation within a charitable company that has donated over £11 million to good causes. It will always remain at its iconic home on the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle, but now The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is taking its remarkable blend of music, ceremony, theatre and dance to new audiences, showcasing its unique brand across the globe. The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is produced in Australia by the Michael Cassel Group. Julie Brooks serves as Executive Producer.
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LOUD KRAZY LOVE, a new documentary that details the harrowing journey of KoRn co-founder Brian Welch will be released exclusively in Australia at Event Cinemas May 15, 2019.
Brian Welch (48), also known by his stage name Head, is an American musician, singer and songwriter. He is one of the guitarists and founding member of the nu metal band Korn. Along with fellow Korn guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer, Welch helped develop Korn’s distinctive sound.
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A natural born performer, Drewboy juggles a myriad of projects across television, film, recording and live gigs while maintaining a healthy modeling career.
His career as a singer songwriter spans over 15 years and with guitar in hand swoons us with vocals packed full of soul – It’s his unique blend of upbeat rap, dance and occasionally like he’s latest single and love tributes that many have found irresistible.
Continue reading Drewboy: Healing the pain through melody in new single, ‘Time to say Goodbye’
Imperial Hotel was the setting for the music launch of the season. An inner west treasure and LGBT community icon, the upper level venue space was showcased, hosting some of Sydney’s most influential socialites.
Out of San Diego, California, SIXES has shared the stage with genre heavies like La Luz, Jacuzzi Boys, Tijuana Panthers, The Monochrome Set and more, and their self-released debut EP HISSS
received top honors in San Diego CityBeat’s
“Sixes are, ostensibly, a punk band. A basic, bass-guitar-drums trio, they certainly have the lo-fi sound down, proudly branding this EP as “self-produced, self-released, recorded live to a 4-track cassette machine.” (Refreshing in this age of digital gloss, tbh.)
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