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Welcome to Elite Vocal Academy for Singing Lessons, Piano Lessons, Guitar Lessons and Saxophone Lessons. Elite Vocal Academy runs a two semester year. We run a Pay As You Go studio. We book you for the semester to hold your lesson time and you can pay how ever it suits you. Each week you will receive your invoice showing when your next lesson is and your credit status. We provide lesson for Adults, Children, Professional and Amateurs. Our teachers are all professionals teaching and working in the industry giving us the experience and skill to teach, coach and advise across all genres of Music, Theory and Performance. One on one lessons provide the fastest way to your success and allow professional, personal and tailored coaching to attain your goals.
Range of services including acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, supplementation, auriculotherapy, massage, cupping and Gua Sha, acupuncture point injection, light therapy and acupuncture facial rejuvenation.
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These low-impact freestyle aerobic workouts will get your body moving whilst building balance, coordination and cardiovascular fitness.
Perfect for those who want to maintain fitness and flexibility. The range of movements will also help strengthen your muscle and joints and will improve stability. All under the watchful eye of the trainer.
Siri Define beauty. ponders the growth of digital representations of nature and surrogated virtual environments.
This exhibition, curated by artists Sophie Penkathman-Young, Duncan Brown, Eliya Cohen and Matthew Roll, touches on the relationship between the technology driven urban environment and Natural World (sublime), and ways which we try to bridge the gap.
These artists have adopted various mediums within new media, video, sound, 3D printing and other forms of digital fabrication to explore this subject in a humorous and poignant way.
Generously sponsored by the delightful Poor Toms Gin.
Opening night: Thursday 9 March 6pm-8pm.
Closing feast: Saturday 18 March 3pm-5pm.
Drinks by gold coin donation.
Make a lunch date with your colleagues at the Sydney Rides Challenge Try-a-Bike session in The Domain.
A selection of bikes will be available to hire (helmets included).
Go for an easy ride in the leafy surrounds of The Domain, plan your ride to work with an expert or bring your own wheels along for a free tune-up.
The first 200 riders will enjoy a free lunch.
ukarije (which means beautiful in Romany) brings you the essence of Gypsy music and French chanson with a Balkan twist!
Featuring father/son Gypsy accordion virtuosos Zoran and Sasa Todorovic, Leonid Beshlei (sax), Goce Manche Manasiev (guitar, vocals), James Tawadros (req, cahon), Dario Moconja (bass) and the irrepressible Australian queen of Gypsy soul - sensational singer Nadya Golski!
Event organisers have stepped up this years VIP offering due to increasing ticket demand and the events popularity.
VIP holders in the Aspen Snowmass Birdcage can bask in the ultimate poolside experience, as the team at Contrabando serve up their famed Latin street food - indulge in mouth-watering tapas and delicious tacos - coupled with all-inclusive Nexba infused cocktails and Peroni beer.
Guests at the exclusive top level balcony of Icebergs Dining Room and Bar will be offered Aperol Spritz on arrival and exquisite canapes, as the team headed by Maurice Terzini offers a dainty mix of their famously fresh regional Italian cuisine, celebrating seasonal flavours.
Key players representing the International All-Stars include Rio 2016 Gold Medallists, Serbian Captain and Sportsman of the Year, Filip Filipovi, along with fellow teammate and powerhouse forward Duko Pijetlovi.
Representing the Aussie Sharks include Triple Olympian and Bondi local, Richie Campbell, dual Olympian and Greek champion Johnno Coterill, captain Rhys Howden and returning Aussie Shark Billy Miller.
Join the water polo players in celebration at the official after party at Hotel Ravesis from 8pm. All ticket holders will gain exclusive access.
Our monthly indie, Britpop and rock n roll party Live Forever returns! This time we have a very special international guest: Gary Powell of The Libertines for a DJ set! The Britpop Explosion (5-piece band) will be starting out with a history set of all time favourite Britpop bangers to warm up the room.
Get your fix of past, present and future classics from the likes of Oasis, The Clash, Bowie, The Stone Roses, Blur, Pulp, Arctic Monkeys, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols, Happy Mondays, New Order, DMAs, Sticky Fingers, The Smiths and The Verve to name just a few.
Each and every month here well be throwing a bash of epic performances, featuring live bands, DJs and exclusive appearances by touring international artists.
The nights line up featuring Gary Powell, alongside the cream of Sydneys indie DJs/musicians including The Propaganda DJs, Steve Dodd (Loaded), The Britpop Explosion and Supernova, wholl be spinning a special vinyl-only set. Plus, live acoustic from Ben Tierney early in the night!
$5 House drinks 5pm-7pm
$12 Supersonic gin cocktails
Soda Thursdays: Always open late and always free.
Josh Rennie-Hynes will follow up the release of his critically acclaimed second album Furthermore with a run of select, intimate shows. The album was released in the second half of 2016 and garnered incredible reviews across the board. Heres what some media outlets had to say:
Few young artists in recent memory have so effortlessly bridged the gap between the younger generation and the elders educated by the folk and country legends Rhythms magazine.
It is clear that Rennie-Hynes is one of the leading lights of Australian alt-country with a gift for storytelling that brings to mind Paul Kelly and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco. 4 out of 5 stars The Courier Mail.
Exquisite, shimmering guitar colours and fine lyrical details. 4 out of 5 stars Rolling Stone.
These songs show why Rennie-Hynes is one of the fastest rising stars on the Australian scene today. 4 out of 5 stars Beat magazine.
This album finds Rennie-Hynes exploring new terrain while sticking to what he does best: writing songs that linger long after the first listen Brag magazine.
In late December 2016, Rennie-Hynes completed his largest tour to date on the back of Furthermore. He was on the road for over three months and played over 30 shows all across Australia and New Zealand. He has supported the likes of Kasey Chambers, JD Mcpherson and Shane Nicholson and performed at some of Australias most renowned festivals such as The Woodford Folk Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival and Nannup Music Festival among many others. Rennie-Hynes has also teamed up with Parlour for a house concert tour to take in regional areas in between the capital city shows.
Xylouris White (the rarefied duo of Dirty Three drummer Jim White and Cretan lute player George Xylouris) return to Australia this summer. Theyll headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne and make festival appearances at Woodford and Womadelaide.
The tour follows the release of Black Peak, the second long playing offering from Xylouris White and a dynamic follow-up to their 2014 debut and Billboard World Music #1 album, Goats.
This is Cretan folk music played with a rocknroll intensity that is truly immersive. Uncut - 8/10.
These are haunted folk rituals feeling around deep inside the human psyche, grasping for rarely reached zones and nostalgia for submerged memories The Quietus.
Astounding stuff Songlines.
One of Cretes best-loved artists, Xylouris is a scion of Greek musical royalty, a family from a mountain village near the Cave of Zeus, while Jim White has commanded international attention for more than two decades as part of Dirty Three. Now New York-based, he also formed post-punk band Venom P Stinger and has worked with artists such as Bonnie Prince Billy, PJ Harvey, Nina Nastasia, Cat Power and Smog. Together they perform a mosaic of musics that incorporates free jazz, post-punk, world and ethnic musics. Together and individually they are unique.
Calling out to all you supa ladies! Around the corner we have International Womens Day, and you can bet well be celebrating!
Join us to raise our glasses to all the kickass women out there!
Ladies, this ones for you. Well have a handful of all our favorite female musicians and bands playing powerhouse female cover tunes all night!
You can expect to hear songs by the likes of Beyonce, Aretha Franklin, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill, Pink, Mary J Blige, Christina, Cyndi Lauper, Rihanna, Miley and the list goes on and on.
International Womens Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.
Well have our famous American diner eats available until late and some extra special cocktails shaking it up!
Lets celebrate Women - cause theyre pretty fing awesome.
Everyone is welcome.
5 drinks until 7pm
$10 buckets of Fat Bubbas Fried Chicken
In between performing with Bjork, The Cinematic Orchestra and Anoushka Shankar, the prodigious Hang player and percussionist Manu Delago will be touring Australia in 2017 with Handmade Tour. Hell be joined by his 3 piece multi-instrumentalist band.
From overachieving teenaged rock bands, through extensive classical training, from his exploits at the cutting edge of art pop as the lynchpin of Bjorks band, to a London Symphony Orchestra
commission which saw him playfully subverting their expectations, this endlessly curious artist has been honing his own style rich in melody, wit and invention.
Be prepared to be stunned by this amazing live blend of pop, world and electronic music by one of the worlds most original and influential artists. A non-stop affair of creativity, surprise, beauty,
harmony, wit, art, invention, energy and entertainment.
Amazing percussionist and hang player - Bjork.
Virtuoso - The Times.
A masterful and sensitive musician - The Telegraph.
Ridiculously deft electro-acoustic percussionist Toronto Star.
The Two Wolves is a volunteer-driven social enterprise located across the road from Broadway Shopping Centre.
Our first time operating op-shop will consist of items generously donated by our very own volunteers. All the profits raised will go towards local associations and our projects abroad.
It takes place during O-Week. Come by the venue, find a bargain, get some food and drinks, bring your family or friends and enjoy the day supporting a good cause.
The Citys older residents can enjoy free entry to all City of Sydney aquatic and fitness centres during Seniors Festival from 3 to 12 March 2017.
Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool 1C Mrs Macquaries Road, The Domain.
Prince Alfred Park Pool 105 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills.
Swim and exercise
Victoria Park Pool Parramatta Road, Camperdown.
Cook and Phillip Park 4 College Street, Sydney.
Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre 456-458 Harris Street, Ultimo.
Juanita Nielsen Fitness Centre- Corner of Nicholson and Dowling streets, Woolloomooloo,
Pyrmont Community Centre- Corner of John and Mount streets, Pyrmont
King George V Recreation Centre- 15 Cumberland Street, The Rocks
Proof of age and address required. Conditions apply. See your centre for more information.
Northbridge Golf Club is open for FootGolf 7 days a week from 4pm.
You can come and play a round of FootGolf after school every day for only $10.
Join us this Art Month during the Chippendale and Redfern Art at Night and raise a glass to toast the launch of Collab and the opening of miniature .
miniature showcases a number of talented emerging and early career artists working across a variety of media. The exhibition asks us to lean in, look closer and find the infinite in the minute. Participating artist have been engaged in the small scale, experimenting with tiny forms and shrunken subjects.
This is Collabs inaugural show and presents small works by Marine Coutroutsios, Margaret Daszkiewicz, Sinead Kelly, Manuela Strano, Gunjan Aylawadi, Randal Arvilla, Thea Weiss, Anna Russell, Leah Bullen, Sophie Todd and Laura Jade in a playful re-encounter with the tradition of the miniature.
MAY SPACE will transition from an anticipated idea into a physical reality in 2017. Supported by the 31 years of experience gained operating as Access Contemporary Art Gallery (est. 1985) and Brenda May Gallery (est. 2001), MAY SPACE aims to move forward under this new identity, reinvigorating a dedication to emerging, mid-career and established artists. The new name, new space and new direction will be coloured and shaped by fourteen people in particular our represented artists.
To display the talent already held by the Gallery upon opening its doors, we present MAY SPACE: FOURTEEN; an exhibition in which each represented artist presents a significant piece that displays their creativity and capabilities. This inaugural exhibition will give our audience, new and inherited, insight into the vision and orientation of this third incarnation.
Artists include: Robert Boynes, Sybil Curtis, Todd Fuller, Ashleigh Garwood, James Guppy, Waratah Lahy, Melinda Le Guay, Al Munro, Carol Murphy, Mylyn Nguyen, Catherine ODonnell, Leslie Oliver, Peter Tilley and Nicole Welch.