Freedman Classical Fellowship Finalist Alex Raeniri

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Hayden James: The musician describes his past 12 months best: “It’s been an absolute privilege to play some of the biggest and most prestigious festivals in the world recently, but there’s nothing quite like coming home. These will be my largest headline shows to date and I can not wait to share new music with you guys.”

Thu, Sep 15, Metro Theatre

Woodlock: After a stellar 2015, which saw them charting in the top 50 on iTunes and racking up four million plus streams, before an even more impressive start to this year, the trio from Melbourne look to keep the momentum flowing with their performance in Sydney tomorrow night.

Fri, Sep 16, Plan B

Freedman Classical Fellowship Finals: The annual Fellowship awards one classical instrumentalist of up to 30 years of age with a scholarship of $20,000 to undertake a career-enhancing creative project. The 2016 finalists are violist Stefanie Farrands, percussionist Kaylie Melville and pianist Alex Raineri. For the first time in the  Fellowship’s 15 year history, the winner will be announced at a finals concert.

Sat, Sep 17, Eugene Goossens Hall

I Love Life Festival: Showcasing some of the most exciting new bands from both the local scene and internationally, such as The Bennies, Pity Sex, High Tension and Lifeboat. This is a festival catering to the discerning music fan who likes to be on the forefront of what’s hot.

Sat, Sep 17, Manning Bar

It’s A Family Affair: A great afternoon of live music for families with kids featuring Queen Pertor Stomp, The Answers, The Sticker Club and Moonshine Revue. Who says you can’t still go out when you’ve got the pram to push around!

Sun, Sep 18, Petersham Bowling Club

Israel Camerata Jerusalem Orchestra: Israel’s foremost chamber orchestra was founded in 1983 and has become renowned for performing a repertoire ranging from early baroque to contemporary music, including world premieres of works commissioned by the orchestra, with a special emphasis on works by Israeli composers.

Tue, Sep 20, City Recital Hall

Amarillo: Fresh from the recent release of their exceptionally well-received first single, Melbourne outfit Amarillo have now shifted their focus to their upcoming album Eyes Still Fixed, which fuses jangly English pop with a dose of Americana.

Wed, Sep 21, Newtown Social Club

Tom Lee-Richards: Brings his new single ‘Madness’ and highly textured live show to Sydney this week. The beauty and introspection of the track blended with Tom’s velvet voice is sure to melt even the hardest of hearts.

Wed, Sep 21, Folkswagen