Ballet combines the grace and elegance of the human body moving in sync with spectacular music; it's beautiful, and also entertaining - that's ballet.
Chamber music is great classical music on a small scale – up close and personal - with fewer musicians and often performed in a smaller setting.
Classical Concerts come in all shapes and sizes. If you are new to classical music consider a – well – consider a classic: Bach sacred music, Beethoven symphonies, Mozart quartets, Strauss waltzes, Vivaldi concertos – these all form a great platform from which to jump into classical music.
In many of our cities we have the great option of the Dinner Concert. Historic, festive, relaxed, the choice is all yours.
A music or arts festival presents the listener with many great concerts to sample in one geographical area.
Many different types of music form the classical music world. Consider trying something new, while experiencing something quite old: a Folk Music performance transports you directly into the history of the music and culture of a region.
Jazz is like breathing. Try to listen without tapping your toe, your glass, the tabletop – you will find this difficult! Pure emotion marries rhythm, that's jazz. Often available to book with dinner, enjoy a jazz event and tap away.
Heroes and villains, friendship, love, lust, betrayal, murder, hell and redemption; all this, and more - that's opera.
Lighter, in subject matter and melody, Operetta is a much respected and beloved compositional form. With its origins in the French 'Opéra Comique' of the 1850's, the Operetta was further developed in both Germany and Austria, each country establishing the form with its own unique compositional characteristics.
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