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Known as a key cog in the electro-experimental Animal Collective, Noah Lennox aka Panda Bear filled us in on his career to date before his Studio show in December. Watch the full interview here: https://soh.online/pandabear
A taste of the atmosphere at last night's John Butler Trio and Missy Higgins Forecourt performance, and a teaser for what is to come tonight. Photography by Prudence Upton.
When’s the last time you felt on top of the world? Andeka.Gorrotxategi sings 'Nessun Dorma' from Turandot on top of our sails. Turandot is in season now until March 30: http://bit.ly/2RZfymL
Did you know that over 2,000 couples get engaged at the Opera House each year? Or that we were the setting for over 3,000 wedding and engagement shoots in 2018? This Valentine's Day we're thanking everyone who chose to spend a happy and romantic m...
Get ready for Mardi Gras! Don't miss the official Mardi Gras pre-party, packed with surprises, laughs and power ballads, set to have everyone on their feet. One fabulous night only - 24 Feb: http://bit.ly/2X1GqGf
It’s been over thirty years since he’s written for a full orchestra. Now, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra have a brand new work by Steve Reich, making its Australian debut.
KEVIN MORBY and Waxahatchee rounded out 2018 with a spine-tingling Studio performance, but we’re pleased to announce they left us with more. Enjoy this cover of classic ballad, 'It Ain’t Me Babe' performed in the JST Northern Foyer.
Each year hundreds of couples share romantic moments at the Sydney Opera House whether it’s a night out to see a show, a surprise proposal, wedding photography on the Monumental Steps or a first date at scenic Opera Bar. Do you have an Opera House...
Reminder, this is your last weekend to see our pig lantern and wishing tree: http://bit.ly/2HXLI2m The pig lantern is lit from dusk tonight and tomorrow. All photos by Ken Leanfore.
Winter is coming ... June 2019. Sign up to find out more: http://bit.ly/2WRhqkT ❄️🎶😉💀
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