The Sydney Opera Theatre will be broadcasting live from the Opera House on Thursday evening, with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney City Council set to join the festivities.
The Opera House will also offer a live concert of The Beatles’ ‘Across the Universe’ on Thursday night and the Royal Australian and New Zealand Opera will stage a concert of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.3 on Friday.
The Sydney Opera will be hosting an ‘interactive live feed’ with live video streaming of the entire opera house for the first time.
The live streaming will start at 8.30pm local time (6pm AEST), with the broadcast to begin at 11.30am local time and be broadcast in four-minute segments with a one-minute break.
The streaming is available on the OperaHouse website.
The event will also be streamed live on the ABC News app and the ABC TV app.
Sydney Opera House: Live stream, live video and audio feed, live music video, concert and concert music videosThe Sydney Symphony will be performing at Sydney Opera on Thursday.
The orchestra will perform Mozart Piano Concordio No.4 on Friday with an extended concert of Schumann’s Symphony No.9 on Saturday.
Sophisticated live music will be provided for the concert.
Tickets for the performance go on sale this Saturday from 11am AEST.
For more information on live music, visit the Sydney’s Live Music website.SNS Group, the company behind the live streaming, says its offering live streaming to its customers in the Sydney area for free.
Live streaming can be accessed on the Sydney News app, and the company has also partnered with ABC Radio Sydney to offer an interactive live stream for people in the city.
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