Fish Fine Music Supports


St Jude's Anglican


Musica Viva


Australian Chamber Orchestra

Founded in 1975, the ACO has grown in to one of the world's finest chamber ensembles. Led by violinist Richard Tognetti since 1989, the ACO presents a fascinating program of concerts all around Australia every year, spanning 600 years of music in a range of genres and styles.

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

The ABO is a leading exponent of the music of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, taking great pains to perform on instruments from the period. Established in 1989 by artistic director Paul Dyer, the ABO have won numerous awards for their recordings and have performed over 1,000 concerts nationwide.

Sydney Symphony Orchestra

The SSO traces its origins to 1908, but it wasn't until 1932 that the Australian Broadcasting Commission engaged a standing orchestra. Since then the SSO has developed into an internationally recognised orchestra under conductors such as Eugene Goossens, Louis Frémaux, Charles Mackerras, Edo de Waart, Vladimir Ashkenazy and now David Robertson.

Opera Australia

Australia's largest arts employer began in 1956 when a band of idealists gave up their day jobs to celebrate the Mozart bicentenary. Today OA is one of the busiest opera companies in the world, putting on close to 200 performances a year in the world famous Sydney Opera House.

Art Gallery of NSW

Established in 1871, the AGNSW presents modern and contemporary works, a distinguished collection of colonial and 19th-century Australian works and European old masters, as well as dedicated galleries celebrating the arts of Asia and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in one of the most beautiful art museums in the world.

Wombat Hollow

Located in the beautiful Southern Highlands, Wombat Hollow houses the creative pursuits of Michael Yabsley which includes bespoke lamps and beds. It also houses many private functions and is a popular wedding venue. 

The Monthly Forum Events - launched by Alan Jones AO in 2014 - are an opportunity to hear from an outstanding speaker and experience exceptional ‘farm to table’ dining.



Sydney Audio Club

Established in 2007, Sydney Audio Club is a society of music lovers focused on sharing the joys of high quality audiophile equipment and recordings. The club's monthly meetings and special events are open, welcoming and non-judgemental and encourage and enjoy the diversity of tastes in music and sound.


Wagner Society of NSW

The Society held its first General Meeting in March 1983 with the aim of promoting the music of Richard Wagner and his contemporaries and to encourage a wider understanding of their work. The society hosts regular concerts, screenings and listening events.


Sydney Schubert Society

Founded in 1953 and dedicated to advancing the understanding and appreciation of the work of Franz Schubert as well as the music of Schubert’s time. The Society presents a number of Schubertiades every year which revive the spirit of the gatherings in which many of these works were first performed.


Fine Music 102.5 FM

Fine Music 102.5 (formerly known as 2MBS FM 102.5) is Australia’s first stereo FM radio station. Largely volunteer-run, the station was officially opened on 1 February 1975 and broadcasts a wide range of fine music. Renowned composers, orchestras, ensembles and soloists are featured in programs of classical and jazz music.


3MBS 103.5 FM

July 1975 saw the launch of 3MBS in Melbourne, with Carl Orff’s ‘Carmina Burana’ the first work played by the new station. Then as now, 3MBS relied on subscriptions from listeners to fund its operation, and over the years has consolidated its position as a major hub of Melbourne’s musical life.


4MBS 103.7 FM

Established in 1979 in the sunny city of Brisbane, 4MBS began life as a small community classical music radio station. Today, they are one of Australia's premiere community radio stations, producing three different radio services as well as festivals, plays and concerts, and provide arts and educational services.


The Choir at St. James'

The Choir of St James’ can trace its lineage back to the early years of the parish - some of its early members were convicts! For much of its almost two hundred years the Choir has been regarded as one of Australia’s foremost Anglican choirs, with a large and varied repertoire both sacred and secular.


Sydney University Graduate Choir

The Sydney University Graduate Choir is dedicated to high quality performances of great choral music by the established masters and by contemporary composers.