The Sydney Opera House and its Major Partner Intel are honoured to present the soul-stirring acoustics of Irish troubadour Glen Hansard inside the spectacular heart and soul of the iconic venue.
As part of a new digital collaboration produced in the Intel Broadcast Studios, Nooks & Crannies is a unique live music series celebrating iconic architecture and artistic expression in unexpected and spectacular spaces inside Sydney Opera House.
Written during his time just across the way in The Rocks, Sydney ‘Stay The Road’ from 2015 release ‘Didn’t He Ramble’ feels right at home as the perfect ode to the hidden acoustic ceiling inside and above the iconic Concert Hall stage.
In a world premiere performance, one of the most singular and unpredictable voices to break out of the past decade in music, Justin Vernon reignites the Grammy-winning Bon Iver with a very special one-off performance at Sydney Opera House as part of Vivid LIVE festival.
Now entering its eighth year, Vivid LIVE is a two-week celebration of ambitious contemporary music at Sydney Opera House and is part of Vivid Sydney, the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas.
An online phenomenon from Perth with millions of plays, countless mixtapes, high profile remixes and the sumptuous Songs To Break Up To & Songs to Make Up To EPs, the 'genre-killer' Ta-ku made his live solo Australian debut in a one-off performance at Vivid LIVE – staging a specially-crafted show featuring Wafia, a string quartet and kaleidoscopic visuals.
For Ta-ku’s show, Intel technology (Real Sense) helped bring the visuals from the EP to life on stage, and also outside the Opera House through art installations on the Forecourt during Vivid LIVE, with fantastic collaborators Wafia and Sam Price.