City Hall Concerts

City Hall Concerts take place in Brisbane City Hall from February through to November every Tuesday from 12-1pm. Concerts are FREE and no booking is required.

 

UPCOMING SHOWS

Cigany Weaver - Tuesday 1st August
Formed out of a love for Django Reinhardt, Cigány Weaver is one of the freshest and most exciting gypsy-jazz bands in Australia. They received a standing ovation at the internationally renowned OzManouche festival and their virtuosic live performances are known to invoke exuberant toe-tapping.

MZAZA - Tuesday 8th August
Mzaza’s writers and musicians skilfully create their own set of traditions from a tapestry of richly woven influences from France, the Balkans, the Middle East and Sephardic Spain.

Mooncoin - Tuesday 15th August
Irish and Celtic band Mooncoin present a soulstirring concert of traditional tunes from traditional regions of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Medieval Europe.

My Nightingale - Tuesday 22nd August
With diverse backgrounds from Australia, Finland, Sweden and America, these incredibly talented musicians and singers bring to the stage soul-soothing tunes with luscious vocal harmonies, layers of beautiful strings and grooving folk rhythms.

Belladiva - Tuesday 29th August
Belladiva is Australia’s premiere pop opera quartet. The siren song of these glamorous sopranos charms and captivates with its sublime and unique sound. Belladiva’s virtuosic vocal feats and striking musical arrangements span from operatic favourites, pop-opera hits through to contemporary classics.

Barleyshakes - Tuesday 10th October
Brewed in Ireland and distilled in Australia the Barleyshakes are a Celtic band with world music influences who combine intense energy, beautiful harmony and driving dance rhythms in their live performances.

Australian Piano Duo - Tuesday 31st October
Featuring superb musical talent and highly polished performances by children and young adults from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music in the exciting genre of piano duet and trio. Directed by renowned pianist and Queensland Conservatorium lecturer – Jenni Flemming - the children will delight with their amazing piano skills, playing music from the classics to jazz and the latest movie themes.

Acoustic Guitar Spectacular - Tuesday 14th November
Winner of the international 2016 Guitar Masters fingerstyle competition - one of the largest and most prestigious guitar competitions in the world – East Frisian guitarist Soenke Meinen embarks on his first Australian tour as part of the 2017 Acoustic Guitar Spectacular. With Bruce Mathiske - arguably the finest all-round guitarist Australia has produced (The Australian) – and Michael Fix - one of Australia’s Top 25 Guitarists of All Time – Meinen will join forces to weave memorable musical magic.

 


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