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Arts Conference for Educators is a NSWIT Accredited* Professional Development Conference.
Sydney Opera House is a NSW Institute of Teachers’ endorsed provider of Institute Registered professional development for the maintenance of accreditation at levels of Proficient Teacher/Professional Competence.

ACE brings together Australia's leading arts organisations to offer you a premium professional development opportunity. The ACE program will fuse theory with practice, offering inspiring keynote presentations from industry leaders as well as practical sessions with artists and educators. Participating institutions include: 

  • Australian Theatre for Young People 
  • Australian Chamber Orchestra
  • Bell Shakespeare 
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Australia 
  • Sydney Dance Company 
  • Sydney Opera House 
  • Sydney Theatre Company 

Each workshop will take you on an artistic journey with a focus on hands-on skills. No experience or previous knowledge is required. You will take new expertise and confidence into in your classroom the very next day.

In 2014, ACE has a focus on cross-artform practice and cross-curriculum subjects. This supports the new Australian Curriculum and the New NSW Syllabi, as well as reflecting the expanding practices of the contemporary visual and performing arts world.

Workshops are structured to progress from an introduction to art form to interdisciplinary workshops.

ACE 2014 is an opportunity to learn and be guided by the leaders in the creative sector; who will inspire, challenge and support your teaching practices. 

Teachers will be encouraged to expand their artistic skills, have fun, be challenged and learn how to pass these new skills on.

CE 2014 will provide a toolkit of practical skills that can be applied immediately within your own classroom and the theoretical background and inspiration to make your lessons shine.

Fri 30 May: 9am - 3.30pm
Sat 31 May: 11am - 5pm

Full Conference Registration (Early Bird): $370
Full Conference Registration (Standard):  $400
Single Day Registration: $250 

*Excludes workshops conducted by AFTRS

For more information please call Sydney Opera House Education staff on 9250 7770, or
email us.

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Friday 30th May, 2014 
Session 1 - Welcome & Keynotes
Speakers: Robyn Ewing and Andrew Upton
Time: 9:00-10:15
Location: Wharf 2 Theatre, Pier 4/5 Walsh Bay

Session 2
Time: 10:45 – 12:45
Participants select one of the following 3 workshops to attend in session 2.*

Session 2.1 - Toolkit for Teaching Dance
Presented by: Sydney Dance Company
Tutor: Amy Hollingsworth 
Toolkit for Teaching Dance is led by Sydney Dance Company’s Dance Director Amy Hollingsworth and is designed to introduce teachers to facilitating fun, creative and accessible dance sessions with their primary class. Teachers will gain the tools to confidently lead warm ups and explore ways of making dance and responding to dance.

Session 2.2 - Integrating Drama into the HSIE curriculum: Saving time and working across KLAs
Presented by: the Australian Theatre for Young People (atyp)
Tutor: Adèle Jeffreys

Learn classroom techniques to integrate your current HSIE lessons with drama based skills and activities. atyp Education Manager, Adèle Jeffreys will facilitate a practical workshop that gives you a comprehensive, step-by-step overview of how to embed drama into your existing HSIE lessons, cater for a variety of learning styles and cover multiple KLA’s in one go. You will be able to step straight from this workshop into the classroom.

Session 2.3 - Transforming Literacy Learning Through Drama
Presented by: Sydney Theatre Company
Tutor: Professor Robyn Ewing (The University of Sydney with the Sydney Theatre Company) 

This practical workshop will share the research and methodology of the School DramaTM program. School DramaTM is a professional development program for primary school teachers, which demonstrated the power of using drama pedagogy with quality literature for teaching English and literacy to young learners.  This workshop will use practical approaches to teaching literacy through drama and explore ways of deeply engaging students in their own learning. 

Session 3
Time: 1:30 – 3:30

Participants select one of the following 3 workshops to attend in session 3.*

Session 3.1 - Dancing through the Curriculum
Presented by: Sydney Dance Company
Tutor: Amy Hollingsworth

Expanding on the first session A Toolkit for Teaching Dance, the second session Dancing through the Curriculum will enable participants to explore opportunities to connect dance to other subject areas. Discover ways in which creative movement tasks can enhance and support the teaching of units of work in subjects such as English, History, Science and Health and Physical Education.

Session 3.2 – Prospero’s Magic: Playing with ‘The Tempest’
Presented by: Bell Shakespeare
Tutor: James Evans

Using Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ you’ll discover how to introduce your students to the rich world of Shakespeare with engaging and practical classroom strategies. Focusing on character and story, we’ll lead you through a variety of playful explorations designed to unlock the magic of this delightful play for you and your primary students.

Session 3.3 - Readers’ Theatre

Presented by: Sydney Theatre Company
Tutor: Dr Victoria Campbell  (The University of Sydney with the Sydney Theatre Company)

Thoughtful use of the drama strategy ‘Readers' Theatre’ can improve children's confidence, fluency in oral reading and collaborative skills. This workshop examines its potential in enhancing students' literacy outcomes in K-6 classrooms.


*ACE workshop spaces are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. We will do our best to accommodate your preferences, however early registration is the best way to secure a place in your preferred workshops. All workshops have maximum capacities and are subject to change. 




Saturday 31 May, 2014
Session 4
Time: 11am – 1pm
Participants select one of the following 3 workshops to attend in session 4.*

Session 4.1 - Introduction to Puppetry: The Golden Rules  
Presented by:  Sydney Opera House 
Tutors: Frank Newman

Helpmann Award winning theatre director and Creative Learning Specialist for the Sydney Opera House, Frank Newman, will go through the golden rules of puppetry. Learn the fundamentals to help your students make their puppets really come alive. 

Session 4.2 - Creative Guide to Contemporary Art: Workshop for Primary Teachers
Presented by: the Museum of Contemporary Art
Tutor:  MCA Artist Educators 

In a hands-on gallery exploration, discover the diverse art forms and creative possibilities of contemporary art. Explore a range of approaches for developing creative learning experiences in your classroom and build a practical toolkit for investigating contemporary art through innovative strategies that inspire students to see and think about art in new ways. This workshop incorporates storytelling, art-making, drama, movement and games that encourage individual and collaborative learning.

Session 4.3  - MAD:  Music, Art and Drama – Make A Difference: Using the arts to address social issues and playground behaviours in the Primary School setting
Presented by: the Australian Theatre for Young People & Australian Chamber Orchestra
Tutors: Heather Clark (atyp) and Pru Borgert (ACO) 

Recent psychological research (Pr. Alain Berthoz; Setting the brain in motion: the symmetrical dialogue between the arts and sciences; 8th IDEA Conference, Paris, 8-13 July, 2013) links the cognitive development of empathy to the arts.  This immersive workshop, led by arts educator Heather Clark (atyp) and music practitioner, Pru Borgert (ACO), will facilitate your learning in how to use the arts to develop a positive, culturally sensitive and collaborative classroom environment.

Session  5
2pm – 4pm
Participants select one of the following 3 workshops to attend in session 5.*

Session 5.1 - Creative Play: The Art of Theatre
Presented by: Sydney Opera House 
Tutors: Frank Newman and Curtis Fernandez

Learn fun ways to use visual art to inspire playbuilding. Then explore simple techniques of using theatre to create beautiful works of art. Join the creative team behind the Sydney Opera House’s Creative Play Program, learning their techniques to develop creative Learning environments designed to encourage a three way play between children, visual artists and performers.

Session 5.2 - Art Write Now: Creative Writing and Contemporary Art

Presented by: the Museum of Contemporary Art
Tutors: MCA Artist Educators

Write your way around the MCA in this lively program of creative writing challenges targeting visual literacy and creative writing skills. Using artworks in the MCA Galleries as stimulus, discover a range of strategies that will encourage even the most reluctant writer to pick-up a pencil. In small group gallery explorations led by MCA Artist Educators, learn how contemporary artworks can provide students with a rich starting point for the composition of a range of imaginative texts. This workshop will take participants through a series of playful activities that encourage experimentation with words, explore literary devices and language forms and features; all inspired by personal and collaborative connections to artworks.

Session 5.3 - Vivid + Colour + Light = Music

Presented by: Australian Chamber Orchestra
Tutors: Pru Borgert (with musicians from ACO)

Respond to visual art and “Vivid” colour by investigating how colour and light are created in music. Be inspired by the coloured lights of “Vivid” on the Opera House sails to invent musical ideas. Instruct live musicians from the Australian Chamber Orchestra to improvise using your colourful ideas. Consider applications of colour and light in other subject areas, and how innovation can be fostered in the classroom. Primary teachers will walk away with ideas and activities that can be used in the classroom straight away. No musical skills required – just a willingness to create and collaborate. 

Session 6 - Closing Keynote Address
Speaker: Andy Griffiths
Time: 4:15pm – 5pm 

*ACE workshop spaces are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. We will do our best to accommodate your preferences, however early registration is the best way to secure a place in your preferred workshops. All workshops have maximum capacities and are subject to change. 


Tutor Bio


EwingRobyn Ewing- Sydney University and STC
Welcome/Keynote Address & Workshop 2.3 


Robyn is Professor of Teacher Education and the Arts, Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney. A former primary teacher she teaches in the areas of curriculum, English and drama, working with both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Robyn is passionate about the Arts and education and the role quality arts experiences and processes can and should play in pedagogy across the curriculum.

In the areas of English, literacy and the arts, Robyn's research has particularly focused on the use of educational or process drama with authentic literary texts to develop students' critical literacies. She has been published widely in this area. Her current research interests also include teacher education, especially the experiences of early-career teachers and the role of mentoring; sustaining curriculum innovation; and evaluation, inquiry and case-based learning.  She is particularly interested in innovative qualititative research methodologies including the role of the Arts in educational research.

Robyn was president of the Primary English Teachers Association from 2001-2006 and is currently national president of the Australian Literacy Educators Association (ALEA) and vice president of Sydney Story Factory. She has recently joined the Board of the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS). Robyn has a commitment to quality teaching and learning at all levels of education and enjoys working collaboratively with classroom teachers interested in innovative curriculum practices. She has worked as an academic mentor with teachers at a range of Sydney primary and secondary schools with the major focus on improving literacy outcomes using drama and literature. 



AndyGriffithsAndy Griffiths
Closing Keynote Address 

Andy Griffiths is one of Australia’s most popular children’s authors. He has written more than 25 books, including short stories, comic novels, nonsense verse, picture books, plays and a creative writing guide for students and teachers. Andy is best known for the JUST! books, The Day My Bum Went Psycho and The Treehouse series. Over the last 20 years Andy’s books have been New York Times bestsellers, adapted for the stage and television, won more than 50 children’s choice awards and sold more than 5 million copies worldwide. 



Andrew Upton
Welcome and Keynote Address 

Andrew Upton is currently the Artistic Director of Sydney Theatre Company. He is an internationally acclaimed playwright, screenwriter and director and has created adaptations of numerous plays including Hedda Gabler and The Cherry Orchard for the STC and Maxim Gorky's Philistines for the National Theatre of Great Britain.
Plays that Andrew has directed for STC include David Mamet’s Reunion in 2006, The Mysteries: Genesis in 2009, Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night in 2010 which toured successfully to the United States following its Sydney season, Mikhail Bulgakov’s The White Guard, presented by STC in 2011, and Joanna Murray Smith’s Fury  and Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot in 2013


Amy Hollingsworth- Sydney Dance Company

Workshop 2.1 and 3.1

Amy Hollingsworth trained at the Australian Ballet School and after graduating, joined the Royal New Zealand Ballet - attaining the rank of Principal Dancer in 1996. In 2000 Amy joined Rambert Dance Company in the UK - dancing in its broad repertoire and was the recipient of the UK Critic’s Circle Dance Award for Most Outstanding Female Artist (2004). Amy left Rambert in 2006 to be a founding member of Bonachela Dance Company. In 2009, whilst still performing, Amy took on the role of Assistant Director and won her second Critic’s Circle Award.

Throughout her career, Amy has worked with some of the world’s greatest choreographers such as Christopher Bruce, Jiri Kylian, Michael Clark and Wayne Macgregor and has taught for many companies including Rambert Dance Company, Royal New Zealand Ballet, Hofesh Shechter Dance Company, Michael Clark Company and Ballet Boyz.

Amy took on the role of Dance Director at Sydney Dance Company in 2010 and has since assisted Rafael Bonachela with each production and supported the commissioned guest choreographers. Amy currently teaches master classes and workshops for the Company. In 2011, Amy received the Australian Dance Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer for her performance of Rafael Bonachela’s Irony of Fate.

Adèle Jeffreys -atyp
Workshop 2.2

Adèle is the education manager at atyp. A drama, dance and technology specialist, Adèle worked as a teacher for over 10 years in a variety of educational settings: primary and high schools in both the public and private systems in Australia and the UK (including MLC School, Hunter School of the Performing Arts, Springwood High School and Kingsmead Performing Arts High School UK). Here, Adèle has developed programs and strategies to integrate the arts into other KLA's and integrate technology into student learning experiences.

Adèle is passionate about life-long learning and works with experienced and emerging educators to further their Professional Development opportunities at The University of Notre Dame, Sydney and various State and National conferences. Adèle worked for Arts Council England and Creative Partnerships UK managing National Programs for young people and The Arts (Find Your Talent and Young People's Participatory Theatre).


James Evans- Bell Shakespeare
Workshop 3.2

James Evans is Associate Artist and Resident Artist in Education at Bell Shakespeare. He is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (Acting) and has an MA (English) from the University of Sydney. James has worked extensively as an actor, director, dramaturg, workshop facilitator and arts educator. 

He is the artistic manager of Bell Shakespeare’s Players ensemble and a visiting teacher in the full-time Acting courses at NIDA and the Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts. James has conducted hundreds of workshops and Professional Learning sessions in schools, universities, theatres and juvenile detention centres from Darwin to Hobart and everywhere in between.

Frank Newman- Sydney Opera House
Workshop 4.1 and 5.1

Frank is a director, producer and community arts worker. He is currently the Creative Learning Specialist for the Sydney Opera House. From 2007-2012 Frank was Terrapin Puppet Theatre's Artistic Director. During this time he directed 8 shows, toured nationally and internationally and won a Helpmann Award for Best Production for Young Audiences. Prior to that he established and was the Artistic Director of the Ashfield Youth Theatre for seven years. Frank has directed, produced and performed for over 18 years.

He has a Bachelor of Creative Arts, Majoring in Theatre Technology, from Wollongong University. Frank’s shows have played in festivals and venues in New Zealand, Ireland, Scotland, the USA, China and around Australia - including the Sydney Opera House, the Arts Centre Melbourne and the Adelaide Festival Centre. Frank has worked with artists such as the Dell’Arte Players in California, Nigel Jamieson, Nick Enright, Gary Stewart and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.

Victoria Campbell - Sydney Theatre Company
Workshop 3.3

Victoria Campbell has been a storyteller, performer and drama educator for more than 20 years. She currently lectures and tutors in drama (K–6) in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at The University of Sydney. Victoria’s love of oral story as a powerful medium to engage listeners and learners, has led to sustained research in this area resulting in several book chapters and conference presentations. She recently completed her PhD exploring the implications of four early-career primary teachers creating a narrative performance based on their experiences of teaching. Victoria is passionate about the role of the arts; particularly drama in the life of young people. For the past four years she has been a teaching artist for the Sydney Theatre Company’s School Drama program.  

Heather Clark - atyp
Workshop 4.3

Heather has pursued a career that seeks to empower and transform students through their study of drama. Heather has taught students from pre-school through to tertiary level education (including North Sydney Girls High School and Australian Catholic University).  For five years, Heather was a member of Playback Theatre Sydney as an actor, facilitator and musician (shows with Blacktown Council, St George Migrant Resource Centre, Vodaphone, Legal Aid) and has performed in and directed HSC Drama texts (including A Doll’s House and The Shape of Things).  Her TV credits include Underbelly II, Eden Dreaming and over twenty TVCs (AAPT, ADT, McDonald’s, P&O, Frontline).

Heather founded and directed her own drama school (The Drama Hub) before working as Education Manager – Including programs such as Djurali (an Aboriginal Middle Years Transition program, with the Aboriginal Unit, Sydney Region DEC at atyp up until 2014).  Heather is currently studying post-graduate Psychology with an aim to use the creative arts in therapeutic practice and as a school counselor. 

Pru Borgert -ACO
Workshop 5.3

Pru has an eclectic background in Music education and arts administration. She has taught both primary and secondary classroom music, managed instrumental and ensemble programs, established a Radio School at 3MBS FM and written textbooks (Instant Lessons in Music V.3-5). Pru has also compiled music teaching kits for primary teachers, worked with choirs, facilitated professional development across NSW and Victoria and consulted on White Papers regarding the Australian curriculum.

Pru’s current employment is with the ACO as an Education Consultant. This role includes content design for educational iPad apps, the delivery of endorsed professional development to primary and secondary teachers, the creation of teaching kits and digital resources and the implementation of engaging and innovative educational programs.


Company Bio

Bell Shakespeare
Bell Shakespeare is Australia’s national theatre company; specialising in Shakespeare and the classics which has, since its inception in 1990, provided education programs to urban, rural and remote communities throughout Australia. Since day one of Bell Shakespeare, education and learning have been at the core of our activities, hand in hand with everything we do. We are proud to present Australian theatre's most comprehensive and wide-reaching education program - allowing students and teachers, young and not-so-young, across this great country, to experience Shakespeare the way it was meant to be experienced.

The Bell Shakespeare 'Learning Programme' reaches at least 80,000 students and teachers each year offering in-school performances, student masterclasses, professional learning and in-theatre productions.With a focus on providing access to students and teachers disadvantaged by geographic isolation and socioeconomic disadvantage, the 'Learning Programme' also encompasses outreach projects including regional student and teacher scholarships, Artist in Residence, Juvenile Justice programs and Regional Access Workshops.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA)
The MCA is dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and interpreting the work of the artists of today. The MCA’s vision is to engage audiences with contemporary art through the presentation of a diverse program of exhibitions and special events. The Museum’s National Centre for Creative Learning sits at the heart of the MCA and represents a dynamic and innovative space for learning in the 21st Century - It provides education audiences with fresh opportunities for experiencing and experimenting with contemporary art and ideas in new and exciting ways. Through the National Centre for Creative Learning, the MCA presents a rich and varied program of creative learning experiences, to engage students and teachers with the highest quality Australian and International contemporary art exhibitions. 

The MCA learning programs are delivered by a dedicated and passionate team of Artist Educators – experienced educators who draw on their experience and skills as practicing artists to inform the delivery of unique and exciting creative learning programs.  

 The Australian Theatre for Young People (atyp)
atyp has been bridging the divide between young people and professional theatre practice since 1963.
Australia’s oldest and largest youth theatre company, we are driven to create work that impacts the way young people engage with theatre nationally. atyp specialises in integrating professional theatre practice with supportive youth theatre process. We love working with all levels of the arts industry; from the most celebrated national companies, to the smallest youth theatres. Our work supports young people from their first theatre experience to their first professional production.

Sydney Dance Company 
Celebrating our 45th anniversary in 2014, Sydney Dance Company presents world-class contemporary dance that inspires audiences and dancers alike. Led by Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela, the Company thrives on an ethos of collaboration and excellence – working with the most exciting and engaging artistic talents nationally and internationally. The ensemble of Sydney Dance Company is comprised of 16 inimitable dancers whose flawless technique, creative genius and precision set a benchmark for dancers across Australia. 

In addition to an ambitious national and international touring schedule (under the direction of Rafael Bonachela), Sydney Dance Company is focused on developing new audiences for contemporary dance - providing an education program that includes school matinees, in-school workshops and vocational intensives for aspiring dance professionals.

While we are recognised for delivering world-class contemporary dance, Sydney Dance Company also has a strong reputation as a training ground for dance. Our studios located at our home in Walsh Bay offer open classes to over 70,000 participants per year; taught by leading industry professionals in styles ranging from ballet to contemporary to hip hop and jazz.


Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera house 2014 Education Program captures what the Sydney Opera House is all about: transforming the lives of young Australians through the inspirational power of art and ideas. Through collaboration with cultural institutions, major performing arts companies and leading artists, Sydney Opera House strives to provide meaningful and inspiring creative learning opportunities for schools audiences.

In 2014 our Education Program continues to offer Kindergarten to Year 12 hand-picked and home grown experiences in the performing arts, resource support material and digital workshops to promote learning opportunities through performance. Our Teachers’ Professional Development program offers you the chance to connect with the Opera House and our specialist arts partners. We encourage you to spend your PD time with us and share our commitment and vision for arts-focussed learning.

Sydney Theatre Company has been a major force in Australian drama since its establishment in 1978. As the state theatre company of NSW, Sydney Theatre Company produces a significant education program for primary and secondary schools. It offers schools the opportunity to see theatre of vision and scale at heavily discounted prices, whilst supporting teachers and students with the digital classroom materials. STC also delivers School Drama ™, a primary teacher professional learning program in partnership with The University of Sydney.

 Australian Chamber Orchestra  
One of the world’s most lauded chamber ensembles, the Australian Chamber Orchestra is renowned for its inspired programming and unrivalled virtuosity, energy and individuality. Its unique programming extends across six centuries; spanning popular masterworks and adventurous cross-artform projects and pieces specially commissioned for the ensemble. The ACO’s National Education Program provides outstanding musical experiences to students and teachers across Australia. Through our programs we hope to provide both students and teachers with the tools and inspiration to continue their lifelong musical journey. We reach as many young people as we can, at every stage of their musical development, with the same creativity and energy that we bring to the concert platform. 



As accommodation in Sydney can be difficult to secure in May, Sydney Opera House and Show Group have secured a limited* number of accommodation options (within walking distance to Sydney Opera House) available for purchase by ACE attendees. For further information and to book, please email your completed ACE accommodation Booking form to Ximena.Lucero@SHOWGROUP.COM.AU. 

*The accommodation options available for purchase are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend ACE participants book early to avoid disappointment.

Aboriginal Perspectives of Bennelong Point: Guwanyi Walama
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Your Classroom
Dates 18 Mar - 27 Nov
Staging Stories (Learning)
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Your Classroom
Dates 23 Mar - 11 Nov
From Page to Stage (Learning)
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Your Classroom
Dates 26 Mar - 13 Nov
The Sydney Opera House Tour
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Tour And Tasting Plate
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Backstage Tour
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Sydney Opera House Tour - French
Presenter Présenté par: l’Opéra de Sydney
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Sydney Opera House Tour - Spanish
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Sydney Opera House Tour - German
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Sydney Opera House Tour - Korean
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Sydney Opera House Tour - Japanese
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
The Sydney Opera House Tour - Mandarin
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Apr - 31 Mar
McAllister in Conversation
Presenter The Australian Ballet
Venue Joan Sutherland Theatre
Dates 04 Apr - 28 Nov
Dancers' Class On Stage
Presenter The Australian Ballet
Venue Joan Sutherland Theatre
Dates 07 Apr - 16 Nov
Teaching Aboriginal Perspectives 2015 (Learning)
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Utzon Room
Dates 05 May - 20 Nov
Presenter Opera Australia
Venue Joan Sutherland Theatre
Dates 24 Jun - 28 Aug
Presenter Prince Moo Productions
Venue Drama Theatre
Dates 08 Jul - 15 Aug
Don Carlos
Presenter Opera Australia
Venue Joan Sutherland Theatre
Dates 14 Jul - 15 Aug
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Playhouse
Dates 20 Jul - 14 Aug
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Studio
Dates 29 Jul - 31 Jul
Sir Simon Rattle conducts the Australian World Orchestra with special guest Magdalena Kozená
Presenter Australian World Orchestra with the support of the Sydney Opera House
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 29 Jul - 31 Jul
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Utzon Room
Dates 30 Jul - 02 Aug
Adventures in the Skin Trade
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Studio
Dates 31 Jul - 02 Aug
Death Cab for Cutie
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 01 Aug
Sydney Eisteddfod McDonald's Ballet Scholarships & Jazz Dance Group Finals
Presenter Sydney Eisteddfod
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 02 Aug
Festival of Instrumental Music
The Acacia Concert - Monday 3 August 2015
Presenter NSW Dept of Education & Communities (The Arts Unit)
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 03 Aug
Festival of Instrumental Music
The Banksia Concert - Tuesday 4 August 2015
Presenter NSW Dept of Education & Communities (The Arts Unit)
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 04 Aug
Festival of Instrumental Music
The Jacaranda Concert - Wednesday 5 August 2015
Presenter NSW Dept of Education & Communities (The Arts Unit)
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 05 Aug
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Studio
Dates 05 Aug - 16 Aug
The Marriage of Figaro
Presenter Opera Australia
Venue Joan Sutherland Theatre
Dates 06 Aug - 29 Aug
Festival of Instrumental Music
The Mimosa Concert- Thursday 6 August 2015
Presenter NSW Dept of Education & Communities (The Arts Unit)
Venue Concert Hall
Dates 06 Aug
Group Bookings
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Jan - 31 Dec
Gift Vouchers
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Jan - 31 Dec
Theatre Bars - Prepaid Drink Vouchers
Presenter Sydney Opera House
Venue Various Venues
Dates 01 Jan - 31 Dec
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