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Founded in 1932 by the Australian Broadcasting Commission, Sydney Symphony Orchestra has evolved into one of the world’s finest orchestras as Sydney has become one of the world’s great cities. The Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs in venues throughout Sydney and regional New South Wales, and international tours to Europe, Asia and the US have earned the orchestra worldwide recognition for artistic excellence.

2022 Season

Join the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as they return to the stage for a season featuring the greatest music, your favourite composers, and brilliant guest artists.

Subscriptions now on sale via the Sydney Symphony Orchestra website.


Alexander Gavrylyuk in Recital

Monday 6 June, 7pm

Alexander Gavrylyuk has been one of Sydney's favourite pianists since his very first performance here. He makes a return with a recital program that demands all his virtuosic power, including Beethoven’s dark and dreamy Moonlight Sonata.


The Italian Baroque

Wednesday 8 June and Thursday 9 June, 7pm

The Italian Baroque lavished crowds with some of the most glorious and uplifting compositions of the time – five of which you’ll hear in this vivid, colourful and relentlessly inventive concert, with music from Gabrieli, Vivaldi and more.


Inspired by Bach

Wednesday 22 June and Thursday 23 June, 7pm

Hear music by Bach, the master of the Baroque style, and the great composers he inspired. This is opulent, bright and captivating music.


Yeol Eum Son in Recital

Monday 5 September, 7pm

In this concert, we hear a brilliant young artist and international star in Yeol Eum Son. We see all the reasons for her success as she tackles the most varied of piano forms – themes and variations.


Jean-Efflam Bavouzet in Recital

Monday 17 October, 7pm

Experience Jean-Efflam Bavouzet’s light touch and deep sensitivity in French music from Debussy (including the famous Clair de lune) and late-Romantic and Impressionist composers including Fauré, Pierné and Decaux


Mozart's Haffner Serenade

Wednesday 19 October and Thursday 20 October, 7pm

Music’s Classical style reached its peak with Mozart, and his mastery is evident in this Serenade for Orchestra. From a bright and optimistic beginning to gorgeous slow movements and sparkling dances, music like this is unforgettable.