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Sydney Festival 2013

05 - 27 January 2013

Sydney Festival
Sydney Festival

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Sydney Festival 2013 - Programme of Events

Sydney Festival 2013 Schedule

Sydney Festival 2012 - First Night
Sydney Festival 2012 - First Night
The Schedule for Sydney Festivals 2013 will be released soon. Stay tuned for further information!

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David Byrne & St. Vincent

Venue: State Theatre

Happenstance brought David Byrne (ex Talking Heads) and St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) together, but their new collaboration Love This Giant feels more like fate. The NYC based duo has spent the past three years in a creative dialogue that has resulted in a work that is brash and, quite literally, brassy. Sometimes Byrne and Clark trade verses; at others they sing in unison.

Like friends who can finish each other's sentences, when one takes the spotlight alone it's often with words that the other provided. Backed by a brass band in lieu of a traditional rock line-up, the pair brings their boundary-erasing mix of melody, colour and sound to the State Theatre.

Semele Walk

Venue: Sydney Town Hall

Take a walk on the wild side as high heels, billowing gowns and Handel collide in spectacular fashion. Vivienne Westwood's outrageous costumes find a dramatic outlet in this bold take on Handel's Semele. The heroine is the prototype of 20th century punk. Her descent into madness is brought to life on a gleaming white runway adorned with pouting models in gold boots, silk crinolines and extravagant earrings.

Jupiter appears in sequinned kilt and diamond-studded socks as befitting the King of the Gods. The music is vibrant, varied and wild. Outstanding Berlin ensemble Kaleidoskop joins forces with Sydney Philharmonia Choirs for a truly magical transformation of the rarely performed opera.


Venue: Riverside Theatres

The visceral rawness, brazen attitude and high-voltage energy of Circolombia has put a rocket under contemporary circus. Following a sell-out run at London's Roundhouse and seasons in Paris and on Broadway, the troupe's gritty, no holds barred autobiographical show Urban comes to Sydney.

Set against the backdrop of Colombian city Cali, Urban conjures the rhythms and character of dark street life and a world where life and death are inextricably linked. With spine-tingling acrobatic feats and a pulsating live soundtrack, this inspiring show features an exuberant crew of highly-skilled young artists. In almost every sense the performers reach for the stars.

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About Sydney Festival

Sydney Festival was originally conceived by the Sydney Committee, the NSW State Government and the City of Sydney with a view to attracting people into the city centre during the holiday month of January.

The first Festival took place in 1977 and it has since grown to become one of Australia's largest annual cultural celebrations with an international reputation for modern, popular and intelligent programming. In many ways it is probably still best understood as a celebration of Sydney and its style and energy reflect the confidence, diversity and vigour of one of the world's most beautiful cities.

The Festival has a history of presenting Australian premieres and many of Australia's most memorable productions such as Cloudstreet and Smoke & Mirrors have resulted from Sydney Festival's commitment to nurture local artists. It has brought many of the world's great artists to Sydney including: Ariane Mnouchkine and Thèâtre du Soleil (Flood Drummers), Robert Wilson (The Black Rider), Robert Lepage (Far Side of the Moon, The Andersen Project, Lipsynch), Schaubuhne Berlin (Hamlet), Netherlands Dance Theatre, James Thiérrée, Philip Glass, Ian McKellen (Dance of Death), Peter Sellars, Batsheva Dance Company, National Theatre of Scotland (Beautiful Burnout, Black Watch, Aalst), Al Green, AR Rahman, Kneehigh Theatre (Tristan & Yseult, The Red Shoes) and Wayne McGregor’s Random Dance (Entity).

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