Willoughby Symphony: Nature
- Date: Saturday, 16 September 2017 to Sunday, 17 September 2017, Saturday 16th 7pm, Sunday 17th 2pm
- Venue: The Concourse, Chatswood — 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood, NSW
- Tickets: Adults: $49 - $43.50 | Children: $11 | Concession: $46-$41 | Student: $22 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 1300 795 012
The Willoughby Symphony gets back to NATURE in this evocative concert program, under the baton of renowned conductor, Matthew Wood.
Opening with Smetana’s most enduring composition, The Moldau, the orchestra will take you on a journey along the mighty river to Castle Vyšehrad with Dvořák’s fascinating Symphonic Variations.
In a special guest appearance, Australia’s most distinguished horn virtuoso, Hector McDonald, will perform Strauss’ magnificent Horn Concerto, followed by the exciting world premiere of the winning composition of the Young Composer of the Year Award, featuring the full force of the magnificent orchestra and choir.
The concert also marks the final collaboration between 2017 Composer-in-Residence, Daniel Rojas and the Willoughby Symphony with Cantos Españoles: Three Songs of Garcia Lorca – a musical opus that is filled with life, colour, Andalusian vibrancy and coveted passions. It is an expose of colour, volume and sentiment; from the whispers of silent mourning to celebratory bells, to the crazed passions of estranged love. This performance will feature iconic mezzo-soprano, Jenny Duck-Chong, the 90 voices of the Willoughby Chorus, and the full forces of the Orchestra.
Smetana The Moldau
Dvorak Symphonic Variations
Strauss Horn Concerto
Rojas Cantos Españoles: Three Songs of Garcia Lorca
Featured non-Australian music: Smetana, Dvorak, Strauss
Featured Australian Works
|Cantos Españoles : three songs of Garcia Lorca : SATB choir with orchestra (2017) by Daniel Rojas — World premiere|
— performed by Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, Jenny Duck-Chong, Matthew Wood and Willoughby Symphony Choir
|Flight by Ella Macens — World premiere|
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