Get up and dance to this high energy song by Baker Boy. Challenge yourself to copy the moves in the film clip.
Get up and dance to Yothu Yindi's classic hit Djapana
Anthems: Volume 1 showcases the talents of Christine Anu, Last Kinection, Shane Howard and Emma Donovan and gives insight into the messages behind their songs.
The hit musical about two teenagers growing up in the 1950s, when keeping one's cool meant everything. After Sandy and Danny share a perfect summer romance they mistakenly believe they will never see each other again. But, as it happens, they wind up at the same high school and a rocky relationship begins. The two sing and dance their way through such hits as Greased Lightning, Summer Love, You're the One That I Want and Hopelessly Devoted to You.
Puccini's much loved opera Madama Butterfly grace the magnificent harbour-top stage for Opera On Sydney Harbour. Designed and directed by La Fura dels Baus; starring Hiromi Omura and Hyeseoung Kwon.
A troubled 11-year-old boy at a prestigious east coast music school clashes with the school's demanding choir master, in this inspiring drama the entire family can enjoy. The story of a talented youngster struggling against the odds to find his voice.
A bride is unaware that her fiance and sister were once deeply in love.
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.
The party really gets underway at the NITV free-to-air launch with a special outdoor broadcast featuring performances by some of Australia's best Indigenous talent, direct from the Northern Territory's iconic Uluru.
US film director Scorsese talks to an off-camera interviewer about his musical influences. As a film scholar and historian he talks about the history of film music.
Following the success of his debut album Sunshine After Rain (Best Album, 2006 Indigenous Music Awards), Tom E Lewis brings together four Arnhem Land songmen in a new release unlike anything heard before in indigenous music. The Songmen are the keepers of the codes that unlock the map - the map of kin, country, culture.
Jonathan Ross interviews celebrity guests, with musical performances by A-list artists. In this episode guests include; Jamie Dornan, Millie Bobby Brown, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Rob Beckett, Davina McCall and Zara Larsson.
Based on the popular opera by Gilbert and Sullivan, this is the tale of the adventures of Nanki-Poo, son of the Mikado. He flees his court to escape the amorous attentions of an elderly stateswoman. Dressed as a minstrel he attempts to find his true love, Yum-Yum, who has been forced to marry another. He discovers that her husband has been condemned to death for flirting. What ensues is a farcical catalogue of events which give rise to some superb musical moments. Starring Kenny Baker, Martyn Green, Jean Colin.
Thirteen-year-old Felix Xaba dreams of becoming a saxophonist like his late father, but his mother Lindiwe thinks jazz is the devil's music.
Our anthems showcase iconic songs for this lands First Peoples from some of our very best song men and women.
New York, 1929, a war rages between two rival gangsters, Fat Sam and Dandy Dan. Dan is in possession of a new and deadly weapon, the dreaded 'splurge gun'. As the custard pies fly, Bugsy Malone, an all-round nice guy, falls for Blousey Brown, a singer at Fat Sam's speakeasy. His designs on her are disrupted by the seductive songstress Tallulah who wants Bugsy for herself. How is Bugsy to get the girl and help Fat Sam defend his business against the deadly Dan and his dastardly tricks? With an all-child cast placed in a mobster era, armed with custard instead of bullets and belting out some superb songs, this is simply entertainment at its best!
Jim Morrison is best known as the lead singer of Los Angeles rock band The Doors. But Morrison always considered himself a poet first and a rock star second. Born in 1943, he was a by-product of the beat generation of the late 1950s. This program meets with legendary beat poets Michael Horovitz and Michael McClure, as well as Pete Brown of 1960s British rock group Cream, to discover more about the movement and the influence it had on the burgeoning tide of rock and roll, and, more specifically, on Jim Morrison. The writers discuss their admiration and respect for Morrison's talent as a poet and writer, while new interviews offer revelations about Morrison's death at just 27.
A celebration of the era when memorable music was matched in brilliance by the creative filmmaking that projected it around the world. Artists recall the inspiration behind these videos.
Life is full of opportunities to learn new things, no matter what your age. Explore these videos as part of Community Colleges Australia's lifelong learning programs and enrich your knowledge of the world.
Encourage your students to develop their musical skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music, including dynamic, pitch and rhythm with this collection.