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Griffith Regional Theatre and Hunt & Hunt Lawyers present: Sydney Symphony Orchestra The Masters Of Romance

In Beethoven’s masterly Coriolan Overture, a relentless dramatic energy battles against a softer lyrical theme. Written to introduce a play about the Roman General Coriolanus, it’s a powerful depiction of his emotional journey from ruthlessness to tenderness – and a perfect opening to this Sydney Symphony experience.

Passion powers through in Bruch’s Violin Concerto. A dramatic opening melts away into some of the most beautiful music ever written for the violin, before giving rise to an uplifting finale. It’s the perfect vehicle for the expressive artistry of Sydney Symphony’s Concertmaster and soloist Andrew Haveron.

Drawing on the folk music of his Czech heritage, Dvorák’s Symphony No.8 encompasses pastoral themes, bird-like woodwind melodies and striking contrasts – sweeping everyone into its sense of homeland pride and joyous optimism.

Program
BEETHOVEN
Coriolan Overture
BRUCH Violin Concerto No.1
Fifty Fanfares Commission
DVORÁK Symphony No.8

Artists
Roger Benedict
conductor
Andrew Haveron violin

Show Details

Wednesday 15 June 7.30pm

Ticket Prices

(Please note all online tickets will incur $1.50 per ticket processing fee)

Limone Dinner Package: Member: $85, Non Member: $100
Limited tickets, book in early to avoid missing out!
Includes show tickets and a pre-show two course dinner and glass of house wine or beer.
Advance (before 5pm Wed 1 June) $40
Member: $35
Adult: $50
Concession: $45
Child: $30

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