Do you like various kinds of art such as film, music, or dance? Would you want to spend your time at a place that has these kinds of art and more? Go to the Sydney Festival 2013! The Sydney Festival is a festival that celebrates expression in many ways. They host artists from different backgrounds including theatre, visual arts, and genre-defying events for visitors to enjoy. It is summertime in Sydney, Australia, which makes this yearly three-week-long (January 5-27) festival nice and warm instead of a shivering, freezing cold January in other parts of the world.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has been invited to this special event as well as world-renowned director and composer, Heiner Goebbels, France’s Orchestre National De Jazz,
and expert conductor Andre De Ridder. Amazing videos of the Sydney Festival can found on YouTube so that any newcomers can have an idea what it is like to celebrate art in Sydney. At last year’s Sydney Festival, there was a festival held inside a festival at Parramatta, Sydney’s west with both free and ticketed events to choose from. For more information on this traditional event, please visit www.sydneyfestival.org.au. Spread the word and enjoy the arts!