The world’s most celebrated musical, The Phantom of the Opera, is renowned world-wide for discovering star performers. When the Brisbane season of Phantom begins in February, it is set to catapult another rising Australian performer into the limelight.

International Chamber Music masters, The Brodsky Quartet will lead an all star line-up of musical ensembles performing at Brisbane Powerhouse as part of the Restrung Chamber Music Festival from 28 February to 2 March, 2008.

2008 has been termed the year of "iGO" for LaBoite, which is all about welcoming back or introducing new patrons to the LaBoite Theatre Company

Enjoy all things country on the front yard at QPAC at Alt Country on Saturday, 20 October.

QPAC’s Front Yard Music program provides three very different free Saturday concerts on the centre’s Melbourne Street Grass Plaza.

Opera Queensland’s Chief Executive and Artistic Director, Chris Mangin, welcomes Australian-born Richard Lewis as the company’s newly appointed Chorus Master.

Festival Nusantara will bring Indonesia to your doorstep as Brisbane Powerhouse opens its doors to artists, photographers, chefs, academics, musicians and Indonesian associations

Miss SaigonThe long awaited, critically acclaimed musical love story of the century, Miss Saigon, is set to play a season in Brisbane, premiering July 26.

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