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Drop in for City Recital Hall’s long running series of lunchtime concerts, A Little Lunch Music and spend your lunch hour listening to some of Australia’s finest musicians across musical genres. 

The Morrisons have cemented their place as the darlings of the Sydney bluegrass and folk scene, blending Australian stories with sounds of traditional American bluegrass, folk, and old timey music. They have warmed stages for Justin Townes Earle, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats, Marlon Williams, and All Our Exes Live in Texas; have appeared at Woodford, Port Fairy, and Secret Garden Festivals; have been nominated for a Golden Guitar, and won an Australian Songwriting Award.

After a sold out performance at City Recital Hall in 2019 with their show Man of Constant Sorrow: A Tribute to the Music of ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’, The Morrisons are returning to pay homage to the songs that have inspired them, and to share some of their own original works.

Exquisite harmonies, solos that sparked with virtuosity and songs that embraced traditional subject matter and their contemporary surrounds…They really are the jewel in the local folk/bluegrass/country scene.

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Feel free to bring your lunch into the auditorium. Our Ground Level bar is stocked with a range of light meal options.

Take your pick from one (or all!) of the 12 events in our 2020 A Little Lunch Music series:  

Happy Birthday Beethoven – Tue 28 Jan 12:30pm

Elena Kats-Chernin In Conversation – Tue 25 Feb 12:30pm

Figaro for Winds – Australian National Academy of Music – Thu 19 Mar 12:30pm

Zeeko – The Whale and the Curlew – Thu 16 Apr 12:30pm

Ensemble Apex – Euro X – Thu 7 May 12:30pm

Mucho Mambo – Thu 16 Jul 12:30pm

Beethoven’s Violin – Mon 10 Aug 12:30pm

Miriam Lieberman Trio – Thu 3 Sep 12:30pm

Guitar Trek – Tue 13 Oct 12:30pm

1984! The Musical! – Tue 24 Nov 12:30pm

Kristin Berardi and Sam Anning – Thu 17 Dec 12:30pm


Details correct at time of publication

  • Guitar, vocals
    James Morrison
    Mandolin, vocals
    Jimmy Daley
    Miles Fraser
    Zane Banks
    Fiddle, vocals
    Anna McInerney
    Oscar Henfrey
    Double bass, vocals
    Iain Tallis