Performances Streamed

Sounds on the Couch

Posted Saturday May 30 at 4pm

Saturday May 30 at 7pm

The next Sounds on the Couch event will be happening this Saturday night.

Sounds On The Couch event is a FREE online event. There are three fantastic performers showcasing their talents which will leave you feeling entertained and inspired!

HAIRSPRAY Live! – The Shows Must Go On

Posted Saturday May 30 at 12pm

Saturday May 30 at 4am

Hairspray Live! tells the inspiring story of Tracy Turnblad (newcomer Maddie Baillio), a plump teen in 1962 Baltimore who wins a spot on a local TV dance program and ignites a campaign to integrate the show.

Hansel & Gretel Encore: Live in Your Living Room

Posted Saturday May 30 at 8am

Friday May 29 at 5:30pm, Saturday May 30 at 11:30am and Sunday May 31 at 8:30am

Back by popular demand – join us for one last sugar high!

Hansel & Gretel is back for one last hurrah. Grab a slice of gingerbread and settle down in your front row seat as we round up the Royal New Zealand Ballet Live in Your Living Room series.

Michael Aquilina Chamber Music Festival – Concert 4

Posted Friday May 29 at 8pm

Sunday May 31 at 3pm

Join members of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra low brass as we take you on a Fantasy ride. We will climb the Alps, fight pirates, camp with cowboys, and even find lost treasures with Indy himself. Not to be missed and definitely won’t ever be forgotten.

Michael Aquilina Chamber Music Festival – Concert 3

Posted Friday May 29 at 12pm

Saturday May 30 at 10pm

MSO double bassist and Melbourne jazz stalwart Ben Hanlon and Australian jazz guitar legend James Sherlock come together as an exciting duo to perform their own unique arrangements of masterpieces including Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring.

Michael Aquilina Chamber Music Festival – Concert 2

Posted Friday May 29 at 8am

Saturday May 30 at 8.30pm

Having completed the Melbourne Beethoven Quartet Cycle last September, the Fidelio Quartet invite you to enjoy one of the most cherished Quartets of the repertoire, Beethoven’s epic Opus 132 String Quartet with its famous ‘Heiliger Dankgesang’ movement with its Hymn of Thanksgiving in the Lydian mode.

INXSIVE

Posted Thursday May 28 at 8pm

Saturday May 30 at 7.30pm

INXSIVE reproduce not only the sound of INXS, but also the electric and engaging live show that earned this incredible band international acclaim.

Trivia Night with The Wedge

Posted Thursday May 28 at 12pm

Saturday May 30 at 7.30pm

This week is AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE.  No wakkas slab of Aussie film, television and music questions to check whether they are dinkum or a furphy in a 90 minute fun quiz show.  Strewth, why not?

Michael Aquilina Chamber Music Festival – Concert 1

Posted Thursday May 28 at 8am

Saturday May 30 at 7pm

This opening concert sees dale barltop lead an all star cast of melbourne’s leading musicians in one of chamber music’s most loved works.

The Saturday Drama School – Online Classes

Posted Wednesday May 27 at 8pm

Saturday May 30 at 9am, 10am and 11am

A great way to spend your Saturday mornings.

The Saturday Drama School are offering live and interactive online classes!

Zoë Black & Joe Chindamo – Alone Together

Posted Wednesday May 27 at 12pm

Friday May 29 at 8.30pm

A unique opportunity to hear the inimitable Zoë Black and Joe Chindamo live in concert.

Official This House by James Graham

Posted Wednesday May 27 at 8am

Friday May 29 at 4am

This House is a timely, moving and funny insight into the workings of British politics by James Graham (Ink, ITV’s Quiz) and directed by Jeremy Herrin (People, Places and Things).

Beethoven – The Complete Piano Sonatas

Posted Tuesday May 26 at 8pm

Thursday May 28 at 8.30pm

Beethoven – The Complete Piano Sonatas – Ian Munro Part 8

Trivia Night with The Wedge

Posted Tuesday May 26 at 12pm

Thursday May 28 at 7.30pm

This week is AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE.  No wakkas slab of Aussie film, television and music questions to check whether they are dinkum or a furphy in a 90 minute fun quiz show.  Strewth, why not?

Trio Anima Mundi – Songs Without Words

Posted Tuesday May 26 at 8am

Thursday May 28 at 7pm

Trio Anima Mundi (TAM) journeys through music tinged with a Romantic hue.

Satellite Night – Ensemble Offspring

Posted Monday May 25 at 8pm

Wednesday May 27 at 8.30pm

An intimate trio setting brings together an array of original chamber works by Australian composers, as breath-taking as a lyrebird’s tail.

Yasmin Rowe

Posted Monday May 25 at 8am

Wednesday May 27 at 7pm

Acclaimed British concert pianist Yasmin Rowe will perform lyrical and colourful favourites by Chopin and Clara Schumann- Wieck.

Streaming Not Screaming

Posted Saturday May 23 at 12pm

Sunday May 24 at 3:30pm

In the wake of the massive cancellations of all life as we know it, Dave Gleeson of The Screaming Jets has teamed up with fellow Radelaidian musician Crafty to deliver Streaming not Screaming.

Sunday Sing Song – Vika and Linda Bull

Posted Saturday May 23 at 8am

Sunday May 24 at 11am

A beautiful thing to listen to on a Sunday morning. Having recorded and performed together for 35 years — ­including with the likes of Paul Kelly and Joe Camilleri — it’s no great surprise that the Bull sisters can make anything sound amazing.

Trivia Night with The Wedge

Posted Friday May 22 at 8pm

Saturday May 23 at 7:30pm

Three rounds again; “Are you Paying Attention” about current events and general knowledge, “Science Fiction, Double Feature” a fun look at old fashioned sci fi including Rocky Horror and “Glam Music” from Marc Bolan to Lady Gaga those that like to mix Art and Music, shout it out loud!

Powderfinger

Posted Friday May 22 at 8am

Saturday May 23 at 7pm

Powderfinger Regroups For ‘One Night Lonely’ 

After a decade long hiatus, iconic Australian band Powderfinger is tuning up and preparing to bring a little happiness to fans during these challenging days.

The Saturday Drama School – Online Classes

Posted Thursday May 21 at 8pm

Saturday classes, multiple times. 

A great way to spend your Saturday mornings.

The Saturday Drama School are offering live and interactive online classes!

The Sound of Music – The Shows Must Go On

Posted Thursday May 21 at 12pm

Saturday May 23 at 4am

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s timeless musical classic is premiering on The Shows Must Go On!

Giselle: Live in Your Living Room

Posted Thursday May 21 at 8am

Friday May 22 at 5:30pm, Saturday May 23 at 11:30am and Sunday May 23 at 8:30am

Enjoy the greatest of all Romantic ballets, Giselle, Live in Your Living Room this weekend.

Toa Fraser’s film of Giselle follows the RNZB’s acclaimed 2012 production, a roller coaster romance. This is a tale of betrayal, the supernatural and a love that transcends death.

A Streetcar Named Desire with Gillian Anderson

Posted Wednesday May 20 at 8pm

Friday May 22 at 4am

Watch the Young Vic’s hit ★★★★★ production of Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire, with Gillian Anderson, Vanessa Kirby and Ben Foster.

The Music of Giorgio Moroder – An Orchestral Celebration

Posted Wednesday May 20 at 12pm

Thursday May 21 at 8pm

Celebrate the music of Giorgio Moroder with Britain’s renegade 50-piece Heritage Orchestra for an epic electro-orchestral tribute to the ‘godfather of EDM’.

Kate Ceberano Live Stream

Posted Wednesday May 20 at 9am

Friday May 22 at 8pm

Multi ARIA award winning artist, Kate Ceberano, has been in the business for over 35 years – writing and performing both jazz and pop music – with seven Platinum and seven Gold albums to her name.

Trivia Night with The Wedge

Posted Tuesday May 19 at 8pm

Thursday May 21 at 7:30pm

Three rounds again; “Are you Paying Attention” about current events and general knowledge, “Science Fiction, Double Feature” a fun look at old fashioned sci fi including Rocky Horror and “Glam Music” from Marc Bolan to Lady Gaga those that like to mix Art and Music, shout it out loud!

Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier

Posted Tuesday May 19 at 12pm

Wednesday May 20 at 7pm

Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier – One of the greatest songwriting partnerships in Australia performing songs that chronicle the essential elements of life, love and loss.

CATS The Musical – The Shows Must Go On

Posted Friday May 15 at 8pm

Saturday May 16 at 4am

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s CATS, the most famous musical of all time, first exploded onto the West End stage in 1981. ‘Memory’, one of its many classic songs, became an instant worldwide hit. Since then CATS has smashed records and conquered the world. Using the latest technology, all the excitement, thrill, romance and intimacy of this theatrical legend has been captured on screen.

Trivia Night with The Wedge

Posted Friday May 15 at 12pm

Saturday May 16 at 7:30pm

Another week of Trivia!

With a brilliant host, Darren McCubbin, and a range of fantastic questions.  A great way to spend your night. Grab your partner, parents, or even your pet and join us in a night full of trivial questions and laughter.

Anastasia – The Royal Opera

Posted Friday May 15 at 8am

Saturday May 16 at 4am

As part of the Our House To Your House series, join The Royal Ballet for a YouTube Premiere of Kenneth MacMillan’s Anastasia, a piece inspired by the true story of Anna Anderson

Barber Shop Chronicles

Posted Thursday May 14 at 9pm

Friday May 15 at 4am

Barber Shop Chronicles is Inua Ellams’ smash-hit play about the places where banter can be barbed, and the truth always is telling.

Phil Para Home Concert

Posted Thursday May 14 at 12pm

Friday May 15 at 9pm

Phil Para is a guitarist/ singer/ songwriter and undoubtedly one of the most exciting performers in Australia.

Kate Ceberano Live Stream

Posted Thursday May 14 at 8am

Friday May 15 at 8pm

Multi ARIA award winning artist, Kate Ceberano, has been in the business for over 35 years – writing and performing both jazz and pop music – with seven Platinum and seven Gold albums to her name.

The Heart Dances: Live in Your Living Room

Posted Wednesday May 13 at 2pm

Friday May 15 at 7:30pm, Saturday May 16 at 1:30pm and Sunday May 17 at 10:30am

The Heart Dances – The Journey of The Piano: the ballet is a documentary by Director Rebecca Tansley that follows brothers Jiří and Otto Bubeníček from Prague to Aotearoa, as they worked with the RNZB to re-imagine Jane Campion’s iconic film, The Piano, as a full-length ballet.

Bandwidth

Posted Wednesday May 13 at 10am

Friday May 15 at 7pm

Bandwidth presented by Blues on Broadbeach will be a virtual showcase capturing live music performances from some of your favourite Blues on Broadbeach 2020 artists – all from the comfort of their own homes. Self-isolating music fans around the world are invited to join the party.

Trivia Night with The Wedge

Posted Tuesday May 12 at 8pm

Thursday May 14 at 7:30pm

Another week of Trivia!

With a brilliant host, Darren McCubbin, and a range of fantastic questions.  A great way to spend your night. Grab your partner, parents, or even your pet and join us in a night full of trivial questions and laughter.

Heart Sounds

Posted Monday May 11 at 8pm

Tuesday May 12 at 7pm

HEART SOUNDS is an online concert streaming on International Nurses Day, Tuesday May 12th 2020

Shakespeare’s Globe – Macbeth

Posted Monday May 11 at 11am

Tuesday May 12 at 4am

A psychological thriller examining the dangers of political ambition, Macbeth is a gripping, full-scale 90 minute performance in the Globe Theatre.

Gippsland LIVE!

Posted Wednesday May 6 at 8pm

Ongoing Competition

POWERED BY ESSO

We are super excited to announce ‘Gippsland Live’!

This is a fantastic opportunity for any original song writers and performers from Gippsland to showcase what they do and to be in the running for one of 3 of our major prizes!

Black Swan, White Swan: Live in Your Living Room

Posted Wednesday May 6 at 12pm

Friday May 8 at 5:30pm, Saturday May 9 at 11:30am and Sunday May 10 at 8:30am

Swan Lake is one of ballet’s most loved tale of passion and romance. In 2018, the RNZB staged an electrifying new version, and this weekend you can watch it Live in your Living Room.

Bangarra Dance Theatre – Terrain

Posted Wednesday May 6 at 8am

Thursday May 7 at 8pm

Terrain explores the relationship of Indigenous people to country and how landscape becomes a second skin, inspired by the timeless beauty of Lake Eyre in South Australia.

Mama Alto

Posted Tuesday May 5 at 8pm

Wednesday May 6 at 7pm

She is a transgender & queer person of colour who works with the radical potential of storytelling, strength in softness and power in vulnerability.

Shakespeare’s Globe – The Two Noble Kinsmen (2018)

Posted Friday May 1 at 8am

Saturday May 2 at 8pm

Featuring performances from Glen Hansard, José González, Hiatus Kaiyote, Conor Oberst, Nai Palm and Poliça.

Sounds on the Couch

Posted Thursday April 30 at 8pm

Saturday May 2 at 7pm

The next Sounds on the Couch event will be happening this Saturday night

The Saturday Drama School – Online Classes

Posted Thursday April 30 at 1pm

Saturday May 2 at 9am, 10am and 11am.

A great way to spend your Saturday mornings.

The Saturday Drama School are offering live and interactive online classes!

Posted Thursday April 30 at 9am

Saturday May 2 at 4am

Watch Danny Boyle’s monster hit Frankenstein with Jonny Lee Miller as the creature and Benedict Cumberbatch as Victor Frankenstein.

Romeo & Juliet: Live in Your Living Room

Posted Wednesday April 29 at 8pm

Friday May 1 at 7:30pm, Saturday May 2 at 1:30pm and Sunday May 3 at 10:30am

The Ryman Healthcare Season of Romeo & Juliet

A sunlit piazza, the candlelit corner of a noble ballroom, a moonlit balcony… when young lovers meet, the world is stilled… then changed forever.

Australian Chamber Orchestra: Goldberg Variations

Posted Wednesday April 29 at 12:30pm

Friday May 1 at 8pm

Recorded in the Concert Hall, 2018

Classical Music.

Monumental. Iconic. Enigmatic. Transcendent. Bach’s Goldberg Variations are the stuff of legend, and one of the greatest pieces of music ever written.

Jams for Juniors Online

Posted Tuesday April 28 at 12pm

Wednesday April 29 at 10am

Calling all little (and big) kids! You are invited to join the MSO every Wednesday at 10am throughout April for a sweet virtual musical ride through the music of Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Dvořák and Bizet.

The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly

Posted Tuesday April 28 at 10am

Wednesday April 29 at 4am

Recommended for ages 6+. Recorded in The Studio, 2014

Sometimes it takes a girl-sized human to solve an adult-sized problem.

Meeting Mozart

Posted Friday April 24 at 11:15am

Friday April 24 at 1pm – Available now!

Recommended for ages 2 – 8. Recorded in the Playhouse, 2019

Watch with delight as renowned Australian pianist Simon Tedeschi assumes the persona of the musical wunderkind himself, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, on this journey into the music behind the man.

Sarah Blasko with the Sydney International Orchestra

Posted Friday April 24 at 11am

Friday April 24 at 8pm

Recorded at the Sydney Opera House in the Concert Hall, 2013

Transport yourself with the multi-platinum and award winning artist Sarah Blasko as she took to the Concert Hall stage in 2013, when she made her first ever headline appearance at Sydney Opera House.

Anzac Salute: Live in Your Living Room

Posted Friday April 24 at 9am

Saturday April 25 at 10:30am, 1:30pm or 7:30pm

This Saturday, Anzac Day, the Royal New Zealand Ballet will present a special broadcast of ‘Dear Horizon’ and ‘Passchendaele’, two works that were commissioned for our Salute programme back in 2015 and performed live with the New Zealand Army Band, to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landings.

Love Never Dies – The Shows Must Go On

Posted Thursday April 23 at 2pm

Saturday April 25 at 4am

Join us from Saturday April 25 at 4am, as the legend returns to YouTube, with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sequel to The Phantom of The Opera, Love Never Dies starring Ben Lewis as The Phantom and Anna O’Byrne as Christine.

The Saturday Drama School – Online Classes

Posted Thursday April 23 at 9am

Saturday April 25 at 9am, 10am and 11am.

A great way to spend your Saturday mornings.

The Saturday Drama School are offering live and interactive online classes!

Twelfth Night – National Theatre Live Full Performance

Posted Wednesday April 22 at 10am

Friday April 24 at 4am

Where music is the food of love, and nobody is quite what they seem, anything proves possible in Shakespeare’s classic comedy. Featuring Tamsin Greig as Malvolia.

VIVA! – Josephine Vains and Benjamin Martin

Posted Tuesday April 21 at 7pm

Thursday April 23 at 7pm

Josephine Vains and Benjamin Martin present a spirited and life-affirming program of musical gems for cello and piano, from 2 meters apart.

Jams for Juniors Online

Posted Tuesday April 21 at 10am

Tuesday April 21 at 4am

Calling all little (and big) kids! You are invited to join the MSO every Wednesday at 10am throughout April for a sweet virtual musical ride through the music of Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Dvořák and Bizet.

Shakespeare’s Globe – Romeo & Juliet

Posted Monday April 20 at 10am

Tuesday April 21 at 4am

The next show the Shakespeare’s Globe are streaming is Romeo and Juliet (2009)

A violent street brawl between their rival families is the prelude to Romeo’s first encounter with Juliet. Despite this, and the fact that Juliet has been promised to another man in marriage, they fall in love.

The Saturday Drama School – Online Classes

Posted Friday April 17 at 2pm

Saturday April 18 at 9am, 10am and 11am.

A great way to spend your Saturday mornings.

The Saturday Drama School are offering live and interactive online classes!

Cinderella: Live in Your Living Room

Posted Friday April 17 at 11am

Friday April 17, Saturday April 18 and Sunday April 19.

Which slippers are you wearing this weekend? Whether worthy of the grand ball or fluffy to keep you snug, Cinderella will be coming to you Live in Your Living Room.

The Phantom of The Opera – The Shows Must Go On

Posted Friday April 17 at 9am

Saturday April 18 at 4am

Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber is calling all musical lovers! This Friday we’ll be bringing a musical theatre icon to the channel and releasing The Phantom of The Opera in full and for free!

Beethoven – The Complete Sonatas for Violin & Piano Part 3

Posted Thursday April 16 at 3:30pm

Friday April 17 at 8:30pm

Fresh, genial Sonatas in major keys featuring ravishingly beautiful slow movements, one from the already masterful Op 12 set between the Op 1 trios and the Op 18 quartets and the other, from Op 30, written only four years later around the time he was sketching the mighty Eroica Symphony

Our Tales of 2020

Posted Wednesday April 15 at 4pm

Ongoing for you to join in.

We want you to tell us your best TRUE story from 2020, in any creative way you want to. We are looking for Wellingtons best true stories of this year, we will be posting the best stories to our Facebook page and website and they will later be compiled for a virtual time capsule, so that future generations can understand this historic period.

Beethoven – The Complete Piano Sonatas Part 2

Posted Wednesday April 15 at 1:30pm

Thursday April 16 at 8:30pm

IN PART 2 – IAN CONTINUES HIS JOURNEY OF ALL 32 BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATAS.  Brought to you by the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Jams for Juniors Online

Posted Tuesday April 14 at 12pm

Wednesday April 15 at 10am

Calling all little (and big) kids! You are invited to join the MSO every Wednesday at 10am throughout April for a sweet virtual musical ride through the music of Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Dvořák and Bizet.

Beethoven – The Complete Sonatas for Violin & Piano Part 1

Posted Tuesday April 14 at 9:30am

Thursday April 16 at 7pm

BEETHOVEN – THE COMPLETE SONATAS FOR VIOLIN & PIANO

Brought to you by the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Andrea Bocelli: Music For Hope – Live From Duomo di Milano

Posted Friday April 10 at 6pm

Monday April 13 at 3am

On Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020), by invitation of the City and of the Duomo cathedral of Milan, Italian global music icon Andrea Bocelli will give a solo performance representing a message of love, healing and hope to Italy and the world.

Calvin Bowman – Bach to Bach

Posted Friday April 10 at 1:30pm

Sunday April 12 at 7pm

Brought to you by the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Dr Calvin Bowman plays a selection of Bach keyboard works in original settings as well as arrangements. The program contains some perennial favourites as well as some surprises!

MSO Live Online – Beethoven Septet

Posted Thursday April 9 at 6pm

Sunday April 12 at 3pm

Hosted by Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – Sir Andrew Davis’ Messiah

This will be a FREE stream from their YouTube Channel.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream – RNZB Live in Your Living Room

Posted Thursday April 9 at 3pm

Friday April 10 at 7:30pm
Saturday April 11 at 1:30pm
Sunday April 12 at 10:30am

Following its hugely successful world premiere in 2015, the Royal New Zealand Ballet is bringing A Midsummer Night’s Dream to your living room for the second production in our Live in your Living Room series

Australian Chamber Choir

Posted Thursday April 9 at 10:30am

Friday April 10 at 7pm

Brought to you by the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Enjoy this beautiful performance. Good Friday with he ACC 4 directed by Douglas Lawrence.

Beethoven – The Complete Piano Sonatas

Posted Wednesday April 8 at 11:30am

Thursday April 9 at 8:30pm

Brought to you by the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall

Melbourne Digital Concert Hall (MDCH) is a digital concert hall run by musicians, for musicians. MDCH is designed to support musicians and the Melbourne arts industry during these challenging times. Concerts will be performed once, at set times, as per traditional recitals, and will be professionally streamed. Tickets are sold online for the performance and all ticket money goes directly to the artists.

MSO Live Online – Sir Andrew Davis’ Messiah

Posted Tuesday April 7 at 5pm

Thursday April 9 at 7:30pm

Hosted by Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – Sir Andrew Davis’ Messiah

This will be a FREE stream from their YouTube Channel.

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