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Sydney Youth Orchestras The Engine Room Of Excellence: Tango Together

Sydney Youth Orchestras The Engine Room Of Excellence: Tango Together

Wednesday 4 October, 2017

City Recital Hall

It’s a little known fact that the SYO family of orchestras and ensembles includes a dedicated and talented group of young tango aficionados. In this lunchtime concert, the Australian Tango Academy showcases the challenging rhythms and beautiful music of the South American tango genre.

A Little Lunch Music: Teddy Tahu Rhodes And Kathryn Selby

A Little Lunch Music: Teddy Tahu Rhodes And Kathryn Selby

Monday 9 October, 2017

City Recital Hall

Our A Little Lunch Music series finishes the year in grand style with Artistic Director Kathryn Selby in performance with acclaimed international opera baritone star Teddy Tahu Rhodes.

This Sounds Like Science: The Science of Singing, Registers and Resonance

This Sounds Like Science: The Science of Singing, Registers and Resonance

Tuesday 10 October, 2017

City Recital Hall

The voice is a remarkable musical instrument, fundamentally different from manufactured instruments. Professor of Physics at the University of NSW, Joe Wolfe, introduces us to the basic science of the voice, including how singers can make their voice loud enough to compete with orchestras.

A Taste of Omega: The Clarinet

A Taste of Omega: The Clarinet

Wednesday 18 October, 2017

City Recital Hall

Get to know the performers and instruments of Omega Ensemble, in our captivating lunchtime series, A Taste of Omega. Omega’s Artistic Director and clarinetist David Rowden performs Stravinsky, and is joined by Maria Raspopova on piano for works by Brahms and Messager and the premiere of Miniatures by Andrew Anderson.

A Taste of Omega: The Cello

A Taste of Omega: The Cello

Wednesday 15 November, 2017

City Recital Hall

Get to know the performers and instruments of Omega Ensemble, in our captivating lunchtime series, A Taste of Omega. The cello is regarded as the most lyrical and beautiful of the string instruments. Cellist Teije Hylkema presents Bach, Beethoven and the premiere of Samuel Hogarth’s Trio for clarinet, piano and cello.