Genre

  • Ballet / Dance

    Ballet is an astounding combination of athletic prowess and aesthetic grace. Utterly precise movements come together in a dance form that exudes energy and emotion.

  • Baroque

    The first opera, the first concerto, the first sonata: The Baroque Era opened the door to vital forms of classical music, from royal courts to ornate churches across Europe.

  • Chamber Music

    Chamber music gives the artists more flexibility to communicate with one another and, of course, with the grateful audience.

  • Classical Concert

    Classical Concerts come in all shapes and sizes. If you are new to classical music, 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.

  • Contemporary

    Classical music is a living art form, and a contemporary music performance lets you experience music history in the making.

  • Jazz

    Jazz combines the virtuosic technique of the best classical music artists, with the emotional energy of traditional music.

  • Musical / Show

    Musicals combine songs, spoken dialogue, acting and dance. Although there are some similarities to other forms of art such as opera and dance, musicals are renowned for giving equal importance to the music, the dialogue, movement and other elements.

  • Opera

    Opera can be a grand, larger-than-life affair, and yet at its best, the music touches the most intimate emotions.

  • Operetta

    Operettas are a lighter alternative to traditional opera. In an opera most things are usually sung. In an operetta there is a lot of spoken dialogue, and songs and dances that are added to this.

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