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Performer: Sydney Symphony Orchestra

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SydneySacred Ground: Simone Young conducts Mozart's Requiem

Finsterer, Schubert, Mozart
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Simone Young; Siobhan Stagg; Caitlin Hulcup; Steve Davislim; James Clayton

SydneyBold Intimacy: Britten & Shostakovich

Britten, Shostakovich
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Haveron; Andrew Goodwin; Ben Jacks

SydneyArctic Winds: Sibelius & Tchaikovsky

Lilburn, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Gemma New; Grace Clifford
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SydneyLove and Loss

Wagner, Strauss R.
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Simone Young
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Afternoon delight? Sydney Symphony plays Beethoven and Brahms

An afternoon programme by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra featuring Beethoven's Triple Concerto and Brahms' Third and shorter pieces by Schreker and Harry Sdraulig offers pleasant but somewhat underwhelming impressions.
***11
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Heavenly melodies: Sydney Symphony performs Schubert and Mahler

Mahler and Schubert: masters of both song and symphony. Jacqueline Porter is the soloist as the SSO under Umberto Clerici perform Schubert arrangements and Mahler's classical Fourth Symphony.

***11
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Excellent playing, but lacklustre conducting in Sydney

The Sydney Symphony, temporarily rehoused in the ornate Victorian style Town Hall, plays grandiose Wagner and safe Stravinsky. 
***11
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Mahler’s dark and brutal Das klagende Lied in Sydney

As the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall closes for extensive refurbishment, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs early, massive Mahler under Simone Young. 
****1
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The ethereal and the mighty: Runnicles conducts Messiaen and Bruckner

Contrasting works as the Sydney Symphony tackles Les Offrandes oubliées and Bruckner's Seventh Symphony.
***11
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“Ridiculous and detestable?" Not on Suzuki’s guard

C minor and C major are at the centre of Masaaki Suzuki's Haydn and Beethoven programme with the Sydney Symphony. 
****1
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