Move Over Netflix: Meet Stream, Sydney Opera House’s Newest Streaming Service

Sick of seeing the same old things on Netflix, Stan and Foxtel? Welcome to Stream, Sydney Opera House’s new streaming service.

Ziggy Ramo performing at Sydney Opera House
Image | Sydney Opera House

With new content every month, Stream offers an online space for each and every one of us to catch a front row seat to performing arts, music concerts, talks and events from some of the world’s best artists.

Oh, and did we mention it’s free?

Boy, have we got your attention now!

After over a year of uncertainty, Sydney Opera House brings some balance, normality and hope for the arts industry with its new streaming service. Aptly named Stream.

With already at least 30 hours of entertainment, new content and performances from theatre to contemporary music are added each month to enjoy when and where you want. Making it great not only for those in Sydney, but across Australia too.

New to Stream in April 2021

Earlier this month, some of Australia’s favourite artists took to the Opera House forecourt for a live stream of concerts. From Jack River to Ziggy Ramo, their performances are unmissable. And not just for the music, the backdrop of Sydney’s Harbour Bridge (one to tick off the bucket list) is awe-inspiring.

Also on the menu is Returning, which highlights new video works by four Australian and Japanese contemporary artists. As well as StudioCasts from the Australian Chamber Orchestra – an immersive series of concert film that take traditional concert hall performances to the next level.

Like the look? Start Streaming now.