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  • A French Feast

    Four courses of French music commences with D’un matin de printemps (Of a Spring Morning) by Lili Boulanger, a lively and multicoloured miniature by a composer of enormous potential, who tragically died at the age of 24.

    Debussy’s three-part Nocturnes comprises Nuages (Clouds), Fêtes (Festivals)...

  • Karin Schaupp

    One of the most outstanding guitarists on the international scene, Karin Schaupp brings exotic and faraway realms to life.

    The Concierto de Aranjuez – often simply known as the Rodrigo Guitar Concerto – utilises the culture of flamenco and fandango, and is widely considered the most famous work ...

  • Stefan Cassomenos

    Acclaimed pianist Stefan Cassomenos performs the solo part of Shostakovich’s virtuosic and enjoyable Piano Concerto No 2. Exploring the multitude of sounds and personas that only piano can offer, you’ll be captivated by the fast paced, brilliant and witty outer movements that enclose a slow movem...

  • Karen Gomyo

    Karen Gomyo – one of the most in-demand violinists in the world today – performs the intoxicating violin concerto by Dvořák. Its three movements will take you through an ever-changing musical landscape – from earthy, folk-inspired tunes and passionate, heartfelt melodies to one of the most dazzli...

  • Beethoven's Fifth

    Beethoven’s Fifth is more than a piece of music – it’s a cultural phenomenon. And while its dramatic opening is the most recognisable hook in all orchestral music, the symphony has plenty to offer beyond its first four notes. It’s an electrifying orchestral experience that will immerse you, culmi...

  • Rejoice in Voice

    Having composed his hundred-plus symphonies, Haydn turned to another genre – the Mass – late in his life and wrote some of the most extraordinary music of his already star-studded career.

    ‘Harmoniemesse’, his fourteenth and final Mass, is arguably the most beautiful of them all. The nickname ‘Ha...

  • Emma McGrath

    Emma McGrath, celebrated Concertmaster of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, steps into the spotlight as soloist in the third and final violin concerto by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns. Dedicated to Spanish virtuoso Pablo de Sarasate – one of the most lauded of violinists – the Third Violin ...

  • Nobuyuki Tsujii

    Blind from a young age, Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii is a performer of worldwide renown and makes his Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra debut performing Beethoven’s Second Piano Concerto – a piece Beethoven wrote for himself that is brimming with vitality, charm and magic.

    Then, fasten your seatb...

  • Clara-Jumi Kang

    Phenomenally talented violinist Clara-Jumi Kang makes her Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra debut, masterfully demonstrating how Tchaikovsky’s one and only violin concerto has earned a place in the hearts of audiences everywhere. Rising to the work’s many challenges, Tchaikovsky’s concerto is so incre...

  • Bach's Christmas Oratorio

    This JS Bach rarity is a joyous musical setting of the Christmas story according to evangelists Luke, Matthew and John. Tracing the birth of Christ, the adoration of the shepherds and the visitation of the Wise Men, Bach draws upon the full resources of orchestra, chorus and vocal soloists to bri...