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Sydney Symphony Orchestra | Ray Chen performs Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto

Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney 2 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW

Celebrated Australian violinist Ray Chen returns to Australia in August to perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto. Mendelssohn’s much loved and wonderfully uplifting Violin Concerto demands an astonishing versatility and expressive range from its soloist – in this case, the brilliant Ray Chen. Composed towards the end of a career that barely spanned three decades, Mendelssohn poured…

$37

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra | Tempestuous Skies – Newcastle

Newcastle City Hall 290 King Street, Newcastle, NSW

MOZART Mozart’s Jupiter symphony is one of the greatest pieces ever written. His final symphony, it is a grand statement from a visionary composer, and even if the nickname wasn’t Wolfgang’s own, the wonder, awe and complexity of the work perfectly bears the name of the king of the Roman gods. Completed in 1788, Mozart’s…

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Sydney Symphony Orchestra | Max Richter: The Four Seasons

Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney 2 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW

Celebrated Australian violinist Ray Chen returns to Australia to join the Sydney Symphony Orchestra for Max Richter: The Four Seasons. Richter’s less-is-more minimalism has made him a Hollywood favourite, with credits for a diverse range of films including those from Martin Scorsese and Clint Eastwood, and episodes of Black Mirror and Peaky Blinders. His reimagined…

$29 – $81

Selby & Friends | In the Shadow of War – Southern Highlands

St Judes Church Bowral 38 Bendooley St, Bowral, NSW

The surprising connection between the three works on this program is that of wartime conflict and how it impacted each composer. Australian Matthew Hindson, composing in 2015, was motivated by the thought of how a young person living 100 years before might face the prospect of going to war. For Shostakovich, this great work was…

Recurring

Sydney Symphony Orchestra | Max Richter: The Four Seasons

Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney 2 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW

Celebrated Australian violinist Ray Chen returns to Australia to join the Sydney Symphony Orchestra for Max Richter: The Four Seasons. Richter’s less-is-more minimalism has made him a Hollywood favourite, with credits for a diverse range of films including those from Martin Scorsese and Clint Eastwood, and episodes of Black Mirror and Peaky Blinders. His reimagined…

$29 – $81
Recurring

Sydney Symphony Orchestra | Ray Chen performs Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto

Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney 2 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW

Celebrated Australian violinist Ray Chen returns to Australia in August to perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto. Mendelssohn’s much loved and wonderfully uplifting Violin Concerto demands an astonishing versatility and expressive range from its soloist – in this case, the brilliant Ray Chen. Composed towards the end of a career that barely spanned three decades, Mendelssohn poured…

$37

Selby & Friends | In the Shadow of War – Turramurra

Turramurra Uniting Church, Turramurra 10 Turramurra Avenue, Turramurra, NSW

The surprising connection between the three works on this program is that of wartime conflict and how it impacted each composer. Australian Matthew Hindson, composing in 2015, was motivated by the thought of how a young person living 100 years before might face the prospect of going to war. For Shostakovich, this great work was…

Australian Chamber Choir | Top Dozen Choral Classics – Geelong

Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels, Geelong 136 Yarra Street, Geelong, Vic

What would you like to hear the ACC sing at their Top Dozen Choral Classics concert in August? Will it be Britten or Byrd, Debussy, Elgar, Gibbons? Handel or Holst? Martin, or Mendelssohn? With over 60 choral greats to choose from get the chance to help curate your own repertoire. And if your all-time-favourite work…

$20 – $85

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra | Tempestuous Skies – Caloundra

St John's Catherdral 373 Ann St, Brisbane, QLD

MOZART Mozart’s Jupiter symphony is one of the greatest pieces ever written. His final symphony, it is a grand statement from a visionary composer, and even if the nickname wasn’t Wolfgang’s own, the wonder, awe and complexity of the work perfectly bears the name of the king of the Roman gods. Completed in 1788, Mozart’s…

Selby & Friends | In the Shadow of War – Canberra

Llewellyn Hall Building 100, William Herbert Place, Canberra, ACT

The surprising connection between the three works on this program is that of wartime conflict and how it impacted each composer. Australian Matthew Hindson, composing in 2015, was motivated by the thought of how a young person living 100 years before might face the prospect of going to war. For Shostakovich, this great work was…