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Artiste: Sydney Symphony Orchestra

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SydneyAmerican Harmonies

Copland, Rouse, Adams
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; David Robertson; Todd Gibson-Cornish

SydneyMahler's Klagende Lied

Mahler: Das klagende Lied ''Song of Lamentation"
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Simone Young; Eleanor Lyons; Michaela Schuster; Steve Davislim; Andrew Collis

SydneyThe Rite of Spring

Wagner, Stravinsky
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Pietari Inkinen

SydneyDebussy and Ravel: The Great Impressionists

Ravel, Mendelssohn, Debussy
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Jun Märkl; Alexandra Dăriescu

SydneyScheherazade: Hypnotic and Sublime

Debussy, Rimsky-Korsakov
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Shelley
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The ethereal and the mighty: Runnicles conducts Messiaen and Bruckner

Donald Runnicles © Simon Pauly
Contrasting works as the Sydney Symphony tackles Les Offrandes oubliées and Bruckner's Seventh Symphony.

“Ridiculous and detestable?" Not on Suzuki’s guard

Masaaki Suzuki © Marco Borggreve
C minor and C major are at the centre of Masaaki Suzuki's Haydn and Beethoven programme with the Sydney Symphony. 

Exuberance dominates in Simone Young’s Bruckner

Simone Young © Reto Klar
Imogen Cooper joined the Sydney Symphony for a performance of Beethoven's Second Piano Concerto. 

Ibragimova’s feverish Bartók in Sydney

Alina Ibragimova © Eva Vermandel
‘Dancing with the Orchestra’ was the last subscription concert of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and two compositions with a focus on dance bookended Béla Bartók’s Violin Concerto no. 2

A pot-pourri of British music in Sydney

Harriet Krijgh © Marco Borggreve
This week’s subscription concerts of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra featured only British music that was composed in the last century; three very different works in terms of compositional approach and musical language.