Sydney Symphony Orchestra
24 Jun - Town Hall
Presented by Tamworth Regional Council
Great Classics: Mozart and Bruch
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra and conductor Umberto Clerici make a welcome return to Tamworth with two of the greatest works in the classical repertoire: Bruch’s Violin Concerto No.1 and Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony.
"...full of fire, passion, and some of the most beautiful melodies ever written".
Bruch’s gorgeous Violin Concerto is an audience favourite, full of fire, passion, and some of the most beautiful melodies ever written. Sydney Symphony Concertmaster Andrew Haveron brings a radiant tone and blistering intensity to the virtuosic solo part to create a truly special performance.
Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony was his final symphony, and he saved the best for last! From the jubilant opening notes to the exhilarating finale, it’s Mozart at his finest and one of the greatest symphonies ever written.
Directing the orchestra is conductor Umberto Clerici, the Orchestra’s Principal cellist. With his innate musicianship and “irresistible charm” he leads the orchestra to new heights in a concert you don’t want to miss.
Age Recommendation: Suitable for ages 12+
School Matinee Performances are available:
Years K – 6: Thursday 25 June 10:00am
Years 7 – 10: Thursday 25 June 11:30pm
Venue: Tamworth Town Hall
For further school bookings information and to register your expression of interest CLICK HERE
Violin Concerto No.1 in G minor
Symphony No.41 Jupiter