Conducted by world-famous Indian conductor Zubin Mehta, The Australian World Orchestra take on Mahler's first and Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring in this stunning performance from the Sydney Opera House.
Who will win the prestigious Red Ochre Awards for lifetime achievement in arts? Catch the First Nations Arts Awards from the Sydney Opera House. Hosted by Lee-Ann Buckskin and Wesley Enoch.
Rage showcases music videos by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rap, hip-hop, R'n'B and soul artists this National Reconciliation Week. Skinnyfish Sound System, Smoking Ceremony (featuring B2M, Birdz and Tasman Keith) Briggs, The Children Came Back Spinifex Gum featuring Briggs and Marliya, Locked Up Nooky, Cuzn Tasman Keith, My Pelopolees AB Original, Report to the Mist Dallas Woods, Chapter One Dallas Woods, Hoodlum Baker Boy featuring Dallas Woods, Black Magic Birdz featuring Ecca Vandal, Place of Dreams Birdz, Ego Birdz featuring Serina Pech, This Side Birdz featuring Dylan Smith, Right to Be Wrong Philly, Dreamchaser Kaiit, Miss Shiney Kaiit, Natural Woman Kaiit, OG Luv Kush Part 2 Kaiit, 2000 N Somethin Dallas Woods, If It Glitters It's Gold Dallas Woods, 9 Times Out of 10 Kobie Dee featuring Liyah Knight, Still Standing Kobie Dee, Right Now Nooky, Nowa Nowa Nooky, Ere Lah Nooky, Black Future AB Original featuring Paul Kelly and Dan Sultan, Dumb Things (Live On Triple J's Like a Version) AB Original featuring Dan Sultan, January 26 Briggs featuring Greg Holden, Life Is Incredible (explicit) Briggs featuring Tim Minchin, Housefyre Briggs featuring Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, The Hunt Briggs, Bad Apples Briggs, The Wrong Brothers Tasman Keith, Billy Bad Again Tasman Keith and Stevie Jean, Prey Tasman Keith, Mission Famous Tasman Keith, Divided Jimblah, Brotherman Jimblah, Fireproof Jimblah featuring Zaachariaha, Fielding Sing with You Jimblah featuring Alex Truehl, Capitol City Kaylah, Truth Wave TGB, Shoe Box Money Yazza, Takeover Yazza, Brothers 4 Life Cypher Local Knowledge, Black Fella Oetha, Sista Girl Oetha, Cruisin J-Milla, Fresh J-Milla, My People Miiesha, Twisting Worlds Miiesha, Drowning Ziggy Ramo featuring Stan Grant, Black Thoughts Spinifex Gum featuring Peter Garrett and Marliya, Malungungu Mojo Juju, Native Tongue Mojo Juju, Shut Your Mouth Mojo Juju and Joelistics, Leave It All Behind Thelma Plum, Better In Blak AB Original featuring Thelma Plum, ICU Lil Mase featuring Yazza, No Love Lil Mase featuring Bertie Anderson and Yazza Shine, Like the Sunshine B2M (Bathurst to Melville), Parlingarri Baker Boy, Cloud 9 Baker Boy, Marryuna Baker Boy, Cool As Hell Baker Boy, In Control Baker Boy, featuring Jessb Meditjin Baker Boy, Move Becca Hatch, Girl Like Me Becca Hatch, 2560 Shakaya, Stop Calling Me The Last Kinection featuring Simone Stacey, Are We There Yet? The Last Kinection, Find a Way The Last Kinection, Kick the Habit Jessica Mauboy, Selfish Jessica Mauboy, Sunday Jessica Mauboy, Little Things Christine Anu, My Island Home Christine Anu, Sunshine On A Rainy Day Christine Anu, Party Yothu Yindi, Djapana Yothu Yindi, Treaty Yothu Yindi featuring Jim Kerr, Dots On the Shells Yothu Yindi, Healing Stone Mau Power featuring Archie Roach, Freedom Archie Roach featuring Paul Kelly, Rally Round the Drum Archie Roach, Tell Me Why Archie Roach, Get Back To The Land Archie Roach, It's Not Too Late Archie Roach, Song To Sing Archie Roach, Alien Invasion Archie Roach, City Streets Archie Roach, Walking Into Doors Archie Roach, A Child Was Born Here Archie Roach, Took the Children Away
American film director and screen writer, Brian De Palma was born in 1940 in New Jersey, and has a career spanning over 50 years. Best known for his work in the suspense, psychological thriller, and crime drama genres with box office hits such as Carrie (1976), Dressed to Kill (1980), Scarface (1983), The Untouchables (1987), and Mission: Impossible (1996), as well as Blow Out (1981), Body Double (1984), Casualties of War (1989), Carlito's Way (1993), and Femme Fatale (2002).
Following the spiritual, legal and economic significance of Njambi (stone spear), senior custodian Roy Wuynjumbi Ashley shares an all encompassing story of identity, culture and law.
Daniel Barenboim is a political and pop culture icon who conducts some of the world's most famous orchestras. This special follows his concert series, Beethoven for All, where he travels the world bringing Beethoven's music to the masses.
In this Adelaide premiere of the Messiaen, young Australian chief conductor Nicholas Carter and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra offer you a very fine performance, which beautifully capture their works energy. From Messiaen, you will be transported to the unusual, but delightful, Sibelius Violin Concerto, with rising-star 18-year old violinist, Grace Clifford. To end, enjoy the grand French Romantic symphony, Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique.
Harmony tracks the West Australian Symphony Orchestra and its management as it grapples with an ambitious cultural exchange and collaboration with China.
With the B-52's, Devo and the Pretenders.
English director, John Schlesinger CBE was born in Hampstead, London in 1926. He won an Academy Award for Best Director for Midnight Cowboy and was nominated for Darling, starring Julie Christie and Sunday Bloody Sunday) Other notable hits include Marathon Man (1976) starring Dustin Hoffman, Yanks (1979) with Richard Gere and The Falcon and the Snowman (1985) with Sean Penn.
Follow joint artistic directors Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy in their most challenging year yet as they scour the globe and battle the clock to find and deliver the 2020 Adelaide Festival in its all-important 60th year.
This capturing documentary reveals the process of showcasing one of the world's most loved ballets. Watch as you are taken behind the scenes to witness the Australian Ballet and David McAllister's production of The Sleeping Beauty.
Dance, espionage and passion come together in this powerful and exciting docudrama that tells the extraordinary story of how Soviet ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev defected to the West in 1961 and became a living legend.
Join Miriam Margolyes and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra with principal conductor Nicholas Carter for a superb program of gorgeous tunes and orchestral thrills for the young and young at heart. Enjoy Leos Janacek's The Cunning Little Vixen Suite, Benjamin Britteni's The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Alexander Borodin's Polovtsian Dances (from Prince Igor) and Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf.
The band formed as the '70s came to an end, in Basildon, Essex. The new decade before them brought a revolution in electronic music and Depeche Mode tapped right into it.
With Smashing Pumpkins, Jane's Addiction, and Soundgarden.
Australian Director, Peter Weir, was born in August 1944. A leading figure in the Australian New Wave cinema movement (1970-1990), with films such as Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), The Last Wave (1977) and the historical drama Gallipoli (1981). The climax of Weir's early career was the $6 million multi-national production The Year of Living Dangerously (1983). Weir then directed American and international films hits, including Academy Award-nominated Witness (1985) starring Harrison Ford, Dead Poets Society (1989), comedy-drama The Truman Show (1998).
A collaboration between Bangarra Dance Theatre and The Australian Ballet, Warumuk was commissioned to celebrate The Australian Ballet's 50th anniversary in 2012.
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