Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra

Voyage of Musical Discovery | Musical Identities

The Voyage of Musical Discovery series was established and designed by the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra and its founding artistic director and world-renowned educator, the late Richard Gill AO.

Performances & Gigs

Event Details

Category

Performances & Gigs

Event Starts

Aug 23, 2022

Event Ends

Aug 23, 2022

Venue

City Recital Hall

Location

2 Angel Place, Sydney NSW, Australia

ARTISTS & PROGRAM

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra
Rachael Beesley | director

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra 

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
Overture to Don Giovanni, K.527 (1787)
Symphony No. 41 in C major, K.551 ‘Jupiter’ (1788)

Taikoz

Kerryn JOYCE and Ryuji HAMADA | Flowing Water (2019)
Ian CLEWORTH | … like a ripple… (2012)


The Voyage of Musical Discovery series was established and designed by the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra and its founding artistic director and world-renowned educator, the late Richard Gill AO.

The final Voyage of Musical Discovery reveals the multiple identities of composer, character and performer and the links between them.

The Voyage begins by uncovering some of the unusual effects that populate Mozart’s Don Giovanni and his Jupiter Symphony with a mixture of musical and dramatic identities.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, percussion instruments have taken on a more prominent role in ensemble repertoire. Taikoz demonstrates how the expressive scope and musical energy of today’s performers and composers grow from surprising combinations of identities, times, places, styles and sounds.


VENUE

City Recital Hall
2 Angel Place, Sydney

Find out how to get here

Read City Recital Hall’s health & safety page before visiting

Tuesday 23 August
6.30-8.00pm

MORE INFORMATION: www.arco.org.au/musical-identities-nsw

TICKETS: tickets.cityrecitalhall.com