About

debussycat is your one stop guide to the Sydney classical music scene.

From the editor (Sabina Chitty):

I started debussycat Sydney classical music guide in March 2011 with the aim of providing an online classical music community and easy to read event information in one convenient online space. I also aim to cater to a new generation of listeners, presenting classical music as accessible, fun, and connected.

I love music. And I truly adore classical music. Having grown up surrounded by it, it really is a way of life.

If you’ve never been a classical music fan, I hope my blog will help you to discover it. In particular, my popular classical 100 posts are a great starting point.

If you have any questions about classical music or opportunities in Sydney, please do not hesitate to get in touch.  You can email me at debussycatblog@gmail.com and follow me on twitter.

Why debussycat?

Debussycat is a play on words, think ‘The Pussy Cat’. Claude Debussy was a famous French impressionist composer and one of my personal favourites. I first heard this adorable pun from my professorial father who has quite a way with words (Naren Chitty).

For those who would like to review concerts with debussycat:

debussycat’s reviewers enjoy free tickets to a selection of concerts and the opportunity to develop a portfolio and an internet presence. If you would like to review for debussycat please submit the following to debussycatblog@gmail.com:

-a sample of your writing;

-resume or list of credentials; and

-a brief letter detailing your classical music background and writing experience.

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