Australian World Orchestra: Maestro Riccardo Muti

Legendary Italian conductor Maestro Riccardo Muti from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is the AWO’s guest conductor for 2018.

 
Selby & Friends: Alchemy

Australia’s unique chamber music series returns in 2018 for a season devoted to celebrating musical partnerships

 
Australian World Orchestra: Maestro Riccardo Muti

Legendary Italian conductor Maestro Riccardo Muti from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is the AWO’s guest conductor for 2018.

 
Selby & Friends: Alchemy

Australia’s unique chamber music series returns in 2018 for a season devoted to celebrating musical partnerships

 
Selby & Friends: Alchemy

Australia’s unique chamber music series returns in 2018 for a season devoted to celebrating musical partnerships

 
Flinders Quartet: Midsummer Mendelssohn Gala

Iain Grandage, together with the quartet and Chris, reimagine Mendelssohn’s score with the support of dramaturge, Kirsty Hillhouse, in a concert that will grab the imagination.

 
Selby & Friends: Alchemy

Australia’s unique chamber music series returns in 2018 for a season devoted to celebrating musical partnerships

 
Sydney Mozart Society Presents The Australian World Orchestra Chamber Ensemble

The Australian World Orchestra (AWO) brings together some of Australia’s most successful classical musicians now working around the world.

 
Grand Duo

Artists Peter de Jager – Piano Lloyd Van’t Hoff – Clarinet Program Brahms – Clarinet Sonata, Op. 120 No. 2 Peter de Jager – New Work (World Premiere) Weber – Grand duo Concertant Inaugural winner of the Australian International Chopin…

 
ARCO | Pastoral Memories: Idyllic & Tempestuous

Under the Artistic Direction of Richard Gill AO, the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra brings to life the colours and contrasts of Classical music

 
ARCO | Pastoral Melodies: Idyllic & Tempestuous

Under the Artistic Direction of Richard Gill AO, the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra brings to life the colours and contrasts of Classical music

 
Melbourne Intervaristy Choir: Light the Dark

MIV 2018 is proud to present Light the Dark, a moving musical programme offering hope in a time of global turmoil and upheaval.

 
Hoang’s Piano Concerto Concert with Zelman Symphony

Hoang will then climb the heights of Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini – the mere mention of Paganini ensures fireworks and a brilliant performance.

 
Sydney Cello Quartet | Summer Soiree

The Sydney Cello Quartet presents an uplifting selection of pieces for four cellos in their inaugural concert this December.

 
The Masterworks

The Masterworks | Dvorak, Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104 | Brahms, Symphony No. 4, Op. 98 Featuring soloist Umberto Clerici, SSO Conducted by Alexander Briger AO Having made quite a splash in Sydney as soon as he arrived, Italian cellist Umberto Clerici has…

 
Howard Penny: From the Cello

Howard Penny, ANAM Cello Faculty and Head of Strings, leads a program of three masterworks for strings crowned by Bartók’s exhilarating Divertimento, the last work from the composer before he fled Europe for the United States in 1939. Whilst Brahms’…

 
Australian Octet: Mendelssohn’s Octet

Full to the brim with infectious vitality, Mendelssohn’s Octet is one of the true life-affirming pinnacles of Western music. Practically inventing the genre of a work for eight strings, the work of the 16-year-old child genius has never been bettered.…

 
Omega Ensemble: A Brahms Affair

A celebration of chemistry, romance and love that will engage your senses and leave you breathless.

 
Intimate Voices

Intimate chamber music for Voice, Viola & Piano. Artists Sally-Anne Russell, Mezzo Soprano Heather Lloyd, Viola Peter de Jager, Piano Beautiful songs by Brahms, Frank Bridge, fairytales by Robert Schumann and more. We would love you to join us for…

 
Newcastle Music Festival: Deborah Humble In Recital

Tickets: Adult $35 | Concession $25 | Child U18 $25 | Family of 4 $80 Deborah Humble (mezzo-soprano), Orava Quartet, Claire Howard Race (piano), Glenn Scribner (double bass) After receiving a standing ovation for her performance in the opening concert…

 
Brahms German Requiem by Willoughby Symphony Choir

Brahms’ greatest and most frequently performed choral work, completed in 1866, has proved to be universally popular. The Willoughby Symphony Choir, one of the finest community choirs in Australia, will present this work in a spine-tingling and exciting performance with…

 
On this day: Jan 04

In 1881 there was the first performance of Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture with the composer conducting, in Breslau. More about the work on Wikipedia Do you have a classical music event for today’s On this day? Send it to us:…

 
On this day: Jan 03

In 1878 there was the first performance in the United States Johannes Brahms’ First Symphony, in Boston. More about him on Wikipedia This video is Sir Simon Rattle, conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker / Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 1 November…

 
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