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Bringing our stages to your sofa, our new digital program comes to you weekly from our House to yours.

Digital Season

Tune in weekly from Friday to Sunday for live broadcasts, archival footage, and premieres.

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8pm Friday, October 23rd AEDT – First Nations

Spinifex Gum (Premiere)

Celebrate the passion and talent of our youth with the powerful voices of young Indigenous women from Gondwana Choirs with The Cat Empire’s Felix Riebl and special guests Emma Donovan, Peter Garrett and Briggs.

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8pm Saturday, October 24th AEDT – Contemporary Music

60 Giant Steps – A Cosmic Reimagining of John Coltrane by GODTET (Live)

In a world premiere, celebrate the 60th anniversary of John Coltrane’s revolutionary composition ‘Giant Steps’ as Sydney’s own psychedelic jazz explorers GODTET expand the original into a 40 minute meditation on Coltrane’s creativity and spirituality alongside live visuals.

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4pm Sunday, October 25th AEDT – Kids & Families

Angie Who: A Little Song Workshop (Premiere)

A musical experience for new parents and their little people, join singer-songwriter Angie Who for this fun workshop. Journey through a collection of old favourites plus hear some of Angie’s own originals from her new album I Love You The Most.

Articles

Long reads, interviews, essays, guides

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6 architectural beauties worth the detour on your next NSW road trip

We're not the only architectural marvel worth visiting this World Architecture Day. Here are our picks of lesser-known buildings to check out on your next pastoral pilgrimage.

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The show goes on: local artists are returning to work

It's often said that great art is born of adversity. We spoke to four local artists about their experiences creating new work during a pandemic and the resilience of the arts.

How the Sydney Olympics amplified Indigenous voices on and off the track

Cathy Freeman’s win was a historic triumph, but it wasn't the only watershed moment at the Sydney Olympics. Hear from the Opera House's Rhoda Roberts AO, who played a critical role behind the scenes of the 2000 games.

Videos

Full performance recordings, festival talks, archival footage and more

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Ziggy Ramo performs 'April 25'

Indigenous rapper Ziggy Ramo performs his powerful and confronting track 'April 25' on the digital stage, drawing attention to Australia's veneration of the Anzacs while Indigenous Australians face ongoing disadvantage.

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Art, Music & Dementia

In recognition of Dementia Action Week, we share a first look at our donor-enabled Art, Music & Dementia Pilot Program. See how the power of music and art with the magic of the Opera House can make a difference..

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Who’s in the Lift? A Lighting Designer

Curious kids step through the giant doors of the scenery lift at the Sydney Opera House and meet a lighting technician as they use different coloured lights to express emotions, and even throw a dance party!

Podcasts & Playlists

Talks, conversations, love lists and inspiring ideas

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'Love List: Chamber Opera' by Jack Symonds

Sydney Chamber Opera's Artistic Director Jack Symonds introduces us to the chamber opera genre and beyond, in this playlist featuring key repertoire and some of the company's favourite works to perform.

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House Stories: The Tapestries

In a brand new podcast, design enthusiast Tim Ross digs through the archives to unravel the incredible stories behind the tapestries designed for the Sydney Opera House.

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House Call

How does the Opera House float on the harbour? Is the Queen the most famous person to have visited? Find out as people from the stage and behind the scenes answer these questions and more from curious minds.

After digital content for the kids?

Try our brand new page for the kids! Experience the Sydney Opera House from your home with our range of digital content and hands on activities created especially to inspire young minds.

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