Lucie Thorne: Following the recent release of her new album, Everything Sings Tonight, with longtime musical partner Hamish Stuart, this poetic songstress arrives in Sydney to show off the new work. Known for their subtle grace and deep, thoughtful and intimate live shows which the pair have honed over the years, this is bound to be a lovely relaxing midweek night out.
Thu, Jul 9, Camelot Lounge
Jarryd James: The break-out artist of 2015 comes to Sydney for one show only. James’ debut single Do You Remember hit an impressive chart high of number two, a huge achievement for a brand new artist without a full-fledged able backing him, so it is obvious that the quality of the track speaks for itself and this live show is sure to be the same.
Fri, Jul 10, The Metro
Ceres, The Pretty Littles & Sincerely Grizzly: Three exciting new groups partner up for this show of good old-fashioned rock fun, with a new age twist. Having just released their new mini-album, Gospel, The Pretty Littles are excited to be bringing their new material to Sydney crowds.
Fri, Jul 10, Factory Floor
Jason Kerrison: Riding the waves created by his first solo release #JKEP1, this Kiwi artist has announced an Australian tour. Building his sound around an eclectic pop sound that infuses dance elements with guitar and a great vocal hook, what better way than this to close out your work week.
Fri, Jul 10, Live n’ Lounging
Danny Elfman – Music From The Films of Tim Burton: In celebration of the 30 year partnership between visionary director Tim Burton and his composer Danny Elfman, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra will perform a special show playing the haunting scores from films such as The Nightmare Before Christmas, Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice.
Sat, Jull 11, Sydney Opera House Concert Hall
Howqua: The Melbournian’s live performances are known for leaving audiences wanting more. Howqua isn’t affraid to wear his heart on his sleeve with his music through his unique mode of storytelling, blending resonant percussion and reverb, he is right on the brink of of something special.
Sat, Jul 11, Hibernian House
Susan Graham: She has played for Presidential inaugurations, won a Grammy and even had a day in named after her in her home state of Texas, so its safe to say her impact on the classical music scene has been immense. Known as one of the feistiest mezzo-sopranos on the scene, but still a diva grounded to her relationship with the people. This will be a special and intimate opportunity to catch a supreme talent up close.
Tue-Wed, Jul 14-15, City Recital Hall