Immerse your ears in colour with music from
three masters of the orchestra: Debussy, Vine and Brahms.
This concert is all about the colour of sound and three master
composers for the orchestra - from 19th-century Germany,
20th-century France and the Australia of here and now.
It begins with French impressions of English jigs and springtime
dances - subtle and evocative. Then there's a brand new piano
concerto, composed for pianist Piers Lane by a composer who
sometimes describes his music as "radically tonal" - big tunes and
Finally, Brahms's Second Symphony brings warm colours and a
lyrical mood - easy-going Romantic impulse shaped by Classical
Pre-concert talk by David Larkin at 7.15pm in the Northern
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