Canberra Symphony Orchestra's ActewAGL Llewellyn Series, Two
A celebraiton of the old and new with the likes of Beethoven, a double bass concerto with Phoebe Russell, and Paul Stanhope's Indigenous inspired music.
When: 7:30pm, Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 May. Pre concert talk 6:45pm
Where: Llewellyn Hall, ANU.
Adults $56.10 to $91.80
Concession $56.10 to $81.60
Under 30 Years $29.60
Family of 4 (2 Adult + 2 Under 30s) $182.50 to $213.10
The CSO is delighted to welcome soloist Phoebe Russell, recently returned to Australia after working in the Berlin Philharmonic, to play Jan Křtitel Vaňhal’s elegant and charming concerto, full of drama and excitement. Distinguished conductor Johannes Fritzsch leads the orchestra in Vaughan Williams’ Tallis Fantasia. This complex web of folksong, hymnal and mystic atmosphere creates a temporal bridge between the Tudors and modern England, translating the sounds of choral music into a string orchestra. Then we travel to the Northern Territory with Australian composer Paul Stanhope; Morning Star is a personal response to the rich tradition of Indigenous music making in central Arnhem Land. The program concludes with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2, one of his most energetic, cheerful and outgoing works.
For more information please visit the CSO website or call David at CSO Direct on 6262 6772, weekdays 10:00am-3:00pm.
Supported by artsACT.