Stars, stories, symphony. There’s something for you at the Sydney Opera House.
This week, Teyana Taylor, Jóhann Jóhannsson and George Gershwin. Make a name for yourself at the Sydney Opera House.
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In an Australian first, the New York R&B star, dancer, fashion designer and key Kanye collaborator will bring her electrifying presence to the Joan Sutherland Theatre, for a one-off performance sure to be one of the most soulful shows of Vivid LIVE.
See one of the world’s most famous ballets in this exclusive season at Sydney Opera House – just in time for Mother’s Day weekend. Brimming with Romantic tutus, ghostly characters and supernatural forests, Giselle is a must-see.
Jóhann Jóhannsson’s Last and First Men with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
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Journey to a stunningly evocative future, with the exclusive Australian premiere of the late composer Jóhann Jóhannsson’s Last and First Men, a multimedia work narrated by Tilda Swinton with live score by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
Don’t miss the fastest-selling ever production on Sydney Harbour. Experience the electrifying dance and fiery romance of this modern day Romeo and Juliet under a starlit sky with fireworks at every performance.
From Rome to the Opera House, hear the energy and magic of trumpeter Luca Seccafieno and pianist Fabrizio Viti in a programme featuring Arutiunian’s Trumpet Concerto in A-flat Major, Bernstein’s West Side Story, Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and more.
ON SALE 9AM: Lose yourself in this tale of forbidden love, self discovery and passion. A fiery fusion of burlesque, dance and circus with a colourful cast of fourteen incredible performers, Matador is non-stop entertainment from start to finish.
Experience the lost stories and songs from the Great War featuring live performances by Grammy and Emmy Award-winning tenor Bryan Pinkall and pianist Amanda Arrington alongside immersive multimedia art.
FESTIVAL UNWRAPPED: Photography. Dance parties. DJs. Join in the ultimate celebration of Sydney’s legendary LGBTQ+ party scene. From Rat Parties to Sleaze Balls, William Yang saw it all and has the photos to prove it.