Zelman Symphony Orchestra with guest “BaRock” star Alexandre Da Costa, presented two sessions’ worth of Stradivarius Magic

First Session, Beethoven Violin Concerto, Op. 61 in 3 movements Alexandre Da Costa strode on stage and took up his position, with an understated Rockstar vibe, standing before the audience resplendent in a subtly sparkling black coat and tie. He…

 
Zelman Symphony Orchestra | Stradivarius Magic

The Zelman Symphony Orchestra are honoured to be able to present one of the world’s leading violinists, the exciting Canadian superstar, Alexandre Da Costa to play the Beethoven Violin Concerto. Alexandre plays the 1701 Stradivarius “Deveault” the way a Strad…

 
Fauré Requiem and works by Debussy, Ravel, Saint Saëns and Fauré

This concert combines Fauré’s sublime Requiem, one of the best-loved of all choral works, with shorter secular pieces from the French repertoire. Debussy’s sensitive settings of 15th century poems by Charles d’Orleans contrast with Ravel’s exquisite Trois Chansons, where both…

 
Melbourne Bach Choir: Brahms & Szymanowski

Melbourne Bach Choir and Orchestra continue their tradition of Good Friday concerts with this imaginative programme, featuring an outstanding cast of soloists. Following the success of OA’s recent production of King Roger by Polish composer Karol Szymanowski, his rarely performed…

 
French Connections | Zelman Symphony

PROMOTION: 20% DISCOUNT FOR CLASSIKON FANS. Just use the code CLASSIKON when purchasing tickets. Zelman Symphony opens its 2018 season with a tribute to Claude Debussy, who passed away exactly a century ago. As well as his iconic Prélude à…

 
Gloria | Melbourne Bach Chamber Choir

Hear glorious music for Advent and Christmas, featuring the premiere of Calvin Bowman’s, The Bells, for choir and organ. The Melbourne Bach Chamber Choir will perform choral works from the 17th to the 21st century, including magnificent polychoral works for…

 
Melbourne Bach Choir | Requiem

Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem, based on traditional Gregorian chant, was written in homage to Gabriel Faurés exquisite setting of the Mass for the Dead. Our performance of Duruflé’s 1948 version for choir, soloists, cello and organ is complemented by miniature masterpieces…

 
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