28 February @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm AEDT
One event on 3 March 2019 at 2:30pm
Laureate of the Paganini Competition and former first violin of the famed Brodsky Quartet, Sydney Symphony concertmaster Andrew Haveron is one of the most accomplished and sought after violinists on the planet.
A masterpiece even among Tchaikovsky’s masterpieces, the Violin Concerto in D is the ideal vehicle for a violinist so utterly at home in Romantic repertoire.
Offering both pyrotechnic virtuosity and melting beauty, don’t miss this intimate and fiery journey into the Russian soul.
What could compliment such astonishing music? Only Mozart’s greatest and final symphonic work, the Jupiter. Synthesising all of Mozart’s considerable art, this brilliant, clear and joyous work is the quintessential Classical symphony.
- TCHAIKOVSKY String Quartet No 1 (arr string orchestra): I Moderato e semplice
- MOZART Symphony No 41 K551 Jupiter
- TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto Op 35
- William Hennessy AM, DIRECTOR & VIOLIN
- Andrew Haveron, VIOLIN
- Michael Dahlenburg, CONDUCTOR