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AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MUSIC
The Australian Institute of Music is a national independent centre of musical excellence. Founded in 1968 the Institute is a private non-profit tertiary and secondary educational college located in central Sydney. The Institute currently has over 800 enrolled students in classes that cover all areas of classical and contemporary music, including composition, audio technology, arts management, and music theatre. These extensive courses offer students the opportunity to thrive in a sequential series of educational programs, which are offered for all instruments, all ages and all levels of development.
SYDNEY SYMPHONY SUPERDOME SPECTACULAR
The first-ever Sydney Symphony SuperDome Spectacular concerts was a gala evening performance on Friday 10 May and a special Mother's Day Matinee on Sunday 12 May, representing a brand new approach to classical music. Accessibility was the hallmark of these historic performances – accessible music at affordable prices, plus a brand new theatrical style of presentation involving projection, film, indoor fireworks, specially designed lighting and laser effects. The 96-piece Sydney Symphony was joined by a 500-voice choir for performances of some of classical music's all time hits. Highlight of the Spectacular was the first ever fully staged performance of Tchaikovsky's great 1812 Overture. The Orchestra has performed this masterpiece often, particularly at the annual Symphony in the Domain concerts, but this was the first time it has been heard in Sydney with massed choirs and the full panoply of cannon and musketry, together with performers in period military uniform and simulated battle scenes.
PATRICK TOGHER ARTISTS’ MANAGEMENT
Many of the country’s top classical and theatrical talents have already joined Mr Togher’s ‘stable’ of artists and are now available for engagement by Australia’s performing companies. Patrick Togher was born in Sydney and graduated in Law and Economics from the University of Sydney. Subsequently, he built up an impressive list of credits with Australia and New Zealand’s leading performing companies.
THE BRANDENBURG ORCHESTRA
Bruce Pollack Publicity represented this orchestra from soon after its creation in 1991 for six continuous years of major audience growth and development and substantial touring opportunities.
THE MACQUARIE TRIO
Launch of the 1996 subscription season, and the Launch of the first CD.
THE AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Bruce Pollack Publicity represented this orchestra on a full-time basis from soon after its creation in the early eighties until 1990, and saw the orchestra build its subscription base and touring dates to be one of the great Australian orchestras recognized around the world for its excellence. Bruce Pollack is proud to have been an integral part of this Company’s growth.
Series of concerts at the Seymour Theatre centre.
Series of three Sydney Opera House piano recitals.
Concerts during 1988 including the two Easter Choral Concerts at the Entertainment Centre which featured a choir of five thousand voices.
THE SONG COMPANY
Concerts at St. Mary's Cathedral and Pitt St. Uniting Church.
Series of three Sydney Opera House piano recitals and Australian press for her recital at Kensington Palace, London.
ELIZABETHAN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Launch, and building the orchestra into Australia's leading national and international touring orchestra. Bruce Pollack Publicity represented the Orchestra from 1984 to 1990.