We are delighted to welcome you to our 2019 artistic program of City Recital Hall Presents events for January to March.
Following the success of our first Extended Play in 2018, City Recital Hall and Lyle Chan are teaming up once again to produce and present Extended Play, a 12-hour festival of new music.
As part of City Recital Hall’s 2019 artistic program we are producing and presenting Ears to the Ground, a new evening series of intimate, stripped-back gigs in our ground level bar and performance space.We are now calling for expressions of interest from bands and artists to perform as part of this new series. The information below provides more detail on the event and what we need to receive from you.
The collaboration between City Recital Hall and The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art continues in 2019 with The Exhibition Project. This exciting exhibition program has been developed to enliven City Recital Hall with contemporary visual art across its foyers and will primarily feature works of emerging artists who participate in The Other Art Fair, Sydney.
Open House is a series of interactive events to make you laugh, think or just relax and enjoy. From music trivia and slam poetry
sessions, to emerging songwriters and talks on current ideas and issues, Open House will help you unwind in style.
Find out more about the inspiration and personal stories behind Stalin's Piano, a mesmerizing multimedia performance for live pianist, spoken word, recorded voices and rare archival video footage.
Meet the talented cast and creative team from Puss in Boots - a fun-filled modern take on the classic pantomime.
This painting is one of a number of studies carried out by Wendy Sharpe in preparation for the larger portrait of renowned Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin titled The Witching Hour, which was submitted for the 2017 Archibald Prize. City Recital Hall invites you to take part in our silent auction for this original study generously donated by Wendy Sharpe in support of City Recital Hall.
City Recital Hall is thrilled to announce a significant gift received from renowned Australian artist Andrew Rogers, of two of his sculptures, Double Bass Man and Harmony.