Cellist Zoe Knighton and pianist Amir Farid first performed together a decade ago at the Melbourne Recital Centre and have since made five albums together. On Friday from 7pm the pair reunite to perform the Brahms cello sonatas online at the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall. Tickets are $24 and can be purchased online or by calling 0408 339 145.
DMAs will headline Saturday night’s Delivered Live concert.Credit:
On Saturday afternoon you and your friends can all hop on board the Bendigo Blues Tram, which returns for the first time since live music spaces across Victoria fell silent in March. Proudly presented in conjunction with Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival, the Bendigo Blues Tram hosts folk singer Mariah McCarthy from 2pm and Melbourne-based blues guitarist Aaron Pollock from 3.15pm. These live streamed concerts are free to watch and guests can also buy tickets that put money into the pockets of the artists and crews. As the music plays, the vintage tram gently rattles along from the historic Central Deborah Gold Mine and through Bendigo’s magnificent main streets.
Kim Salmon will be live streaming new music with his band the Surrealists on Saturday, June 13.Credit:
At 7pm on Saturday Kim Salmon and the Surrealists will take live streaming and improvisation to another level with the trio coming together and creating on the spot new music for a future album. Salmon, a veteran of Australia’s live music scene, will draw upon notes he’s collected over many years in The Book of Swamp to bring new music to life in front of your eyes and ears. This event is supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants.
During the past 10 weeks Delivered Live has generated 10,000 tickets sales, putting money into the pockets of artists, venues and support crews while streaming great live entertainment onto screens and into lounge rooms around the country. This Saturday night Sydney’s DMAs headline the latest instalment, also featuring music from rock duo Polish Club, Plgrms and comedy from Geraldine Hickey. Hosted by Henry Wagons, Delivered Live hits the stage from 7.30pm and is free to watch but tickets are available to purchase from $10.
From 4pm on Sunday the whole family can take a front row seat for a special wiggly performance as part of the Sydney Opera House’s popular From Our House to Yours program. Dress up and join in the the fun with Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony as The Wiggles perform some of their much-loved greatest hits, live from the Joan Sutherland Theatre.