Violinist Henning Kraggerud leads the Sydney Symphony in a program of transcendent music.
A tribute to the iconic music and high society of Vienna.
Brahms’ Fourth and final symphony is his greatest, the height of his achievement as symphonist.
Two works bookend Brahms’ mastery: the first piano concerto and his majestic fourth symphony.
Witness Tiberghien’s refinement of sound in the mercurial beauty of this music.
Masters of the symphony, Mozart and Brahms are also renowned for their intimate chamber music.
Dvořák's captivating concerto harnesses the full expressive range of the cello's voice.
Tchaikovsky’s symphony in miniature overflows with unforgettable tunes.
A retelling of a classic fairy tale, full of charm that turn the Orchestra into an enchanted forest.
Virtuoso Alexander Gavrylyuk is every bit the master of this epic concerto.
A virtuosic tour de force with music from Mozart and Francaix.
Acclaimed Erin Helyard guides the Orchestra through Bach’s instrumental magnum opus.
The embarrassment of riches in Mozart’s piano concerto rewards pianist, orchestra and audience.
Mahler’s Fourth Symphony is a turning point, his last work to draw upon his early song-cycle.
Brahms’ Violin Concerto is one of the most celebrated pieces in the repertoire.
Tetzlaff delivers Bach’s genius with every note creating a truly unmissable musical experience.