Under the Artistic Direction of Richard Gill AO, the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra brings to life the colours and contrasts of Classical music together with the expression and emotion of Romantic music in an inspiring concert season in 2018.
With Sydney Chamber choir
Sunday 25 March 3pm
Mendelssohn’s idyllic Hebrides Overture and Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, one of the world’s most melodious symphonies, share a program with the rarely performed Brahms Songs Op.104, sung by the Sydney Chamber Choir, together with Mozart’s Spaur Mass K.258.
Friday 18 May 7.30pm
Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik, one of the best known Classical melodies in the world, performed alongside chamber works new to Australian audiences by Von Winter and Gambaro, and followed by Beethoven’s thrilling ‘Storm’ Quintet.
Sunday 19 August 3pm
Dvorak’s Serenade for Strings, celebrates a Romantic musical feast for strings together with Mendelssohn's passionate String Symphony, Grieg’s beautiful Elegiac Melodies and his renowned Holberg Suite, Puccini's elegy Crisantemi, and Van Bree’s Allegro for Four String Quartets.
Legendary conductor and music educator Richard Gill and the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra are on a Voyage of Musical Discovery. In collaboration with three of Australia’s foremost ensembles, they present a concert in which Richard Gill will guide the audience through the music of past and present.
Tuesday 27 March 6.30pm
Jazz combo The World According to James together with the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra in a program that juxtaposes contemporary jazz with Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony.
Tuesday 15 May 6.30pm
The ARCO Chamber Soloists combine with famously adventurous Ensemble Offspring as Von Winter meets Harrison, Meadowcroft and Van Reyk.
Tuesday 21 August 6.30pm
This program showcases the strings of the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra with Camerata Antica and a melting pot of music by Grieg, Monteverdi, Alice Chance and Elena Kats-Chernin.
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