The ZoneOut International Music Festival is an exciting collection of leading international and Australian musical artists, engaging panel discussions, yoga flows and thought-provoking film screenings.

Sat 28 Sep, 8.30am-11.15pm

ZoneOut is a single day festival taking place in three spaces at Carriageworks: The Blue Room (Bay 20), The Red Room (Track 8), and The Green Room (Track 12). All venues are unreserved seating.

Nat Bartsch
Forever, and No Time At All

Sibéal (IRE)
Woman of Eire (Australian Premiere)

Kristian Chong
Peaceful Piano

Sophie Hutchings
Piano Grace


Peter Gregson (UK)
Bach Recomposed (Australian Premiere)

J.S. Ondara (KEN)
Tales Of America

Lambert (GER)
Sweet Apocalypse (Australian Premiere)

Remy van Kesteren (NL)
Shadows (Australian Premiere)

Luke Howard
Open Heart Story

Double Touch
ZoneOut Wrap Party

Enjoy a morning yoga session in the ZoneOut Green Room. More


Film Screenings and Panel Discussions are free.

Film: Island Songs
Ólafur Arnalds

Panel: Music and Wellness

Film: Save This Rhino

Panel: Music and the Environment

Film: Prehension and Henosis
Joep Beving

Panel: The New Sound of Classical Music

Film: Timelines
Ludovico Einaudi

Individual Concerts $30-$40 + fee
Yoga Sessions $25 + fee
Film and Panel Discussions are Free

Concerts, Film Screenings and Panel Discussions are unreserved seating.

Afternoon Package – $99 (save $31)
Sibeal – Woman of Eire, 11.45am
Sophie Hutchings – Piano Grace, 1.15pm
Anatole – Emulsion, 2.30pm
Peter Gregson – Bach Recomposed, 3.45pm

Evening Package – $119 (save $31)
Lambert – Sweet Apocalypse, 6.15pm
Remy Van Kesteren – Shadows, 7.30pm
Luke Howard – Open Heart Story, 8.45pm
Double Touch – ZoneOut Wrap Party, 10.15pm

Festival Pass* – $218 (save $132)
Includes 10 Concerts (Excludes Yoga)

*Festival Pass Holders can choose to see either Sibeal and Kristian Chong; performances are on at the same time.

A transaction fee of $4.40 applies to all bookings,

Nat Bartsch  A Melbourne-based pianist and composer, Nat Bartsch creates ethereal, gentle music crossing the classical and improvised music spectrums. More
Sibeal (IRE)  Born in the small town of Ráth Chairn, County Meath – one of the few remaining Gaelic-language-speaking areas of Ireland - Sibeal will perform emotive, traditional Irish songs in this Australian Premiere. More
Kristian Chong  Acclaimed musician and ABC Classic presenter Kristian Chong will perform a peaceful selection of works for piano, from Debussy, Chopin and Rachmaninov, to Philip Glass, Arvo Pärt and Joep Beving. More
Sophie Hutchings  Australian pianist and composer Sophie Hutchings’s compositions sway from the disarmingly spare and elegant to the romantic and epic, with a fragility that manages to be both calm and exquisite. More
Anatole  25-year-old composer and producer Jonathan Baker (aka Anatole) draws from his classical background to produce his signature sound – orchestral composition techniques combined with beat-driven production. More
Peter Gregson (SCO)  In the Australian premiere of 'Recomposed', Scottish cellist and composer Peter Gregson re-imagines Bach’s Cello Suites in a kaleidoscopic, dreamy, modern makeover. More
J.S Ondara (KEN)  Growing up in Nairobi listening to American alt-rock, J.S Ondara released his breakthrough album 'Tales of America' after moving to Minneapolis in 2013, singing to the gorgeous melancholy of the American story. More
Lambert  The masked composer Lambert embodies the space between romanticism and pop culture. Experience the grandiose simplicity of his compositions at this Australian debut. More
Remy Van Kesteren  The Dutch harpist presents the Australian premiere of 'Shadows' -  a tour-de-force of originality and and a landmark release in contemporary music. More
Luke Howard  One of Australia’s foremost practitioners of contemporary classical music, Luke Howard's music has been described as “absolutely heavenly” (BBC Radio 6) and “an ambient masterclass” (Musos’ Guide). More
Double Touch  The collaborative project of classical pianist Van-Anh Nguyen and Sydney DJ and producer Mark Olsen, Double Touch create dreamy orchestral electronica. More