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SSO: Tchaikovsky, D'Netto & Dvorak


SSO: Tchaikovsky, D'Netto & Dvorak

  • Date: Wednesday, 10 February 2021 to Saturday, 13 February 2021, Wed 10, Fri 12, Sat 13: 8pm | Thu 11: 7pm
  • Venue: Sydney Town Hall — 483 George St, Sydney, NSW
  • Tickets: Premium: $138 | Adult: $25 - $119 | Concession: $25 - $110 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (02) 9250 7777

Event Details

The Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s curtain raiser for 2021? Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. One of the most (if not the most) popular Romantic violin concertos, it’s a beautifully lush piece – and almost impossible not to fall in love with. It’s only fitting that it is performed by Australian violinist Ray Chen who rose to international fame performing this piece in the Queen Elisabeth Competition just over 10 years ago.

Inspiring just as much passion is Dvořák’s New World Symphony. A striking blend of his typical Bohemian style and African American influences, Dvořák’s symphony remains a universal favourite – even taken along with Neil Armstrong on his journey to the moon.


TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto
CONNOR D’NETTO Fifty Fanfares Commission
DVOŘÁK Symphony No.9, From the New World


Simone Young Conductor
Ray Chen Violin

Featured non-Australian music: Dvorak, Tchaikovsky

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website

Featured Australian Works

Uncertain Planning : full orchestra by Connor D'Netto — World premiere
— performed by Simone Young and Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Featured artists

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