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2019 Season

Imagining what a Baroque orchestra of the future might be has led Artistic Director Paul Dyer’s inspiration for 2019 – the Brandenburg’s 30th season.

His thrilling 2019 program is a cornucopia of rare gems and masterpieces brought to life with all the invention and musical imagination with which the Brandenburg has become synonymous for. Do not miss this year long festival of all things Brandenburg and Baroque in their special 30th Anniversary year!

Discover the Future of Baroque.

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra 2019 season subscriptions are now available via their website and single tickets will be on sale via City Recital Hall's Box Office and website from 5 December 2018.


Wed 11 September 7pm, Fri 13 September 7pm, Sat 14 September 2pm, Sat 14 September 7pm, Wed 18 September 7pm, Fri 20 September 7pm, 2019

Paul Dyer would like to introduce Australian audiences to three electrifying young artists who have glanced around the corner and are seeking to define Baroque performance of the future.

At just 11 years of age, violin prodigy Christian Li has already won the Yehudi Menuhin Violin Competition in Europe. Soprano Madison Nonoa won the hearts of Noël! Noël! audiences in her celebrated 2016 performances. Baroque violinist Annie Gard is a musician on the move and is forging a reputation for powerfully emotional and captivating performances. These vivacious local musicians are making momentous musical waves across London, New York and Geneva and will ignite the Brandenburg stage as they unite with spirited virtuosity and the immense excitement of infinite musical imagination expressed with boundless youthful energy, performing captivating works from Halvorsen, Bach, Handel & Vivaldi.

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Fri 1 November 7pm, Sat 2 November 2pm, Sat 2 November 7pm, Wed 6 November 7pm, Wed 13 November 7pm, Fri 15 November 7pm, 2019

Brace against a biting Italian winter and feel the eruption of a summer storm in this inventive re-imagining of The Four Seasons.

Inspired by four sonnets depicting rustic scenes from the Italian countryside, The Four Seasons challenges musicians to create striking musical impressions. The identity of the sonnets’ author is lost. The music the words inspired however is synonymous with The Red Priest – Antonio Vivaldi.

Georg Philipp Telemann’s Water Music is an imaginative orchestral suite in ten vibrant movements. This programmatic work evokes vivid nautical images from a remote mythological past of wrathful sea gods, mischievous water nymphs and the rulers of the winds.

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Sat 14 December 5pm, Sat 14 Dec 7.30pm, Wed 18 December 5pm, Wed 18 December 7.30pm, 2019

Noël! Noël! shimmers with all the spark and celebration of the starting summer. Experience the pure spiritual joy of rare festive pieces and much-anticipated classics. 

The ethereal Brandenburg Choir joins the orchestra and a highly-celebrated guest artist in a concert brimming with joyful twists and soulful serenity. Noël! Noël! will be a season highlight and will provide a lustrous capstone to the Brandenburg’s 30th Anniversary year.

Expect to be surprised, moved and then float from the concert hall into the festive season.

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