2020 Concert ProgramChamber Music Festival

Chamber Music Festival

Pre-COVID planning had SYO and Chief Conductor Alexander Briger AO performing Brahms’ Violin Concerto with SSO Concertmaster Andrew Haveron as soloist, plus the Fourth Symphony of Tchaikovsky. Now, with crowd restrictions applying both to the number of players on the Verbrugghen Hall stage and listeners in its auditorium, one big concert for symphony orchestra will become five shorter ones with smaller groups. So it’s goodbye to Brahms and Tchaikovsky; hello ToIbert, Arnold, Cage, Dvorak, Golijov, Copland, PIazzola, Reich and others.

CONCERT ONE, 11.30AM, STRINGS

Umberto Clerici: tutor, director, soloist
MOZART Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
BOCCHERINI Cello Concerto G480
 
CONCERT TWO 2PM, MIXED ENSEMBLE
Alexander Briger AO, conductor
DVORAK Wind Serenade
 
CONCERT THREE 3.30PM, MIXED ENSEMBLE II Alexander Briger AO: conductor
Andrew Haveron: tutor soloist
Marcus Michelsen: SYO Concert Master, soloist
ARNOLD Concerto for two violins and strings
 
CONCERT FOUR 5.30PM, BRASS AND PERCUSSION
Scott Kinmont & Claire Edwardes: tutors
COPLAND Fanfare for the common man
CAGE Living room music
MENDELSSOHN Organ Sonata in C
GIFFORD Gambambara
 
CONCERT FIVE, 7.30PM, WIND AND STRINGS
Bridget Bolliger: tutor
GOUNOD Petite Symphonie

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