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Beethoven & Brahms

Banquet of Sound

Beethoven's Triple Concerto is one of the few pieces for joint soloists still performed today. From a quiet opening emerges music that’s all about the interplay between soloists.

**Booking fee of $8.95 may apply

Duration

This concert will conclude at approximately 10pm on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings, and 3.30pm on Thursday.

Pre-Concert

There will be no pre-concert talk prior to this performance commencing.

Program

Behind every great piece is a great story. Have a read through the program book to get all the details.

This is a wonderful opportunity to hear the skills of Concertmaster Andrew Haveron, cellist Umberto Clerici and Australian pianist Piers Lane.

Unfairly overlooked by history, Schreker was one of the most prominent Austrian composers of the early 20th century thanks to sweeping, richly coloured works such as this Intermezzo. Brahms' Symphony No.3 provides the perfect conclusion. From a dramatic and passionate opening unfolds music that’s classically romantic.

Program

HARRY SDRAULIG Torrent*
BEETHOVEN Triple Concerto
SCHREKER Intermezzo
BRAHMS Symphony No.3

*Harry Sdraulig's Torrent was made possible through the Sydney Symphony Orchestra's 50 Fanfares Project and was commissioned by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, supported by the Sharon & Anthony Lee Foundation.

Artists

NICHOLAS CARTER conductor
PIERS LANE piano
ANDREW HAVERON violin
UMBERTO CLERICI
cello

SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY

The Sydney Symphony will continue to apply NSW Public Health Orders as they relate to ticketing and seating arrangements.

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