DATE: Saturday 27 May 2017, 8.00pm
LOCATION: Hawthorn Arts Centre, 360 Burwood Road, Hawthorn
Enjoy a concert encompassing the full range of Romantic era.
We start and finish with works of Beethoven - the Coriolan Overture which expresses the drama in the story of the Roman general Coriolanus, and the First Symphony, which despite its classical form was huge leap from those of Mozart and Haydn, and which alerted Vienna to the genius of the young Beethoven.
In between we feature Jack Schiller, Principal Bassoon with the MSO, who is to play the crowd favourite Weber Concerto, explore one of Wagner's few miniatures, Siegfried Idyll, originally written for the birthday of his wife, Cosima, and introduce the world premiere of a new work by Luke Hutton, the 2017 Zelman Symphony / The University of Melbourne Emerging Composer.
Ingrid Martin - guest conductor
Joseph Lallo - guest conductor
Jack Schiller - bassoon
Beethoven - Coriolan Overture
Luke Hutton - Catching Trains of Thought première
Weber - Bassoon Concerto
Wagner - Siegfried Idyll
Beethoven - Symphony No. 1
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