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Vision路Dedication路Inspiration

2013 Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

Chief Conductor and Music Director Arvo Volmer


Contents Artistic Inspiration

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Gala ASO

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Masters ASO

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Thursdays ASO

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Composer in Focus ASO

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Icons in Sound ASO

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Matinees ASO

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Spectacular ASO

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Learning ASO

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Live Music Pass ASO

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Recitals ASO

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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

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Supporting your ASO

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Venue Information

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Subscribe

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Price Guide

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Friends of ASO

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Sponsor ASO

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A Message from Santos In 2013 Santos celebrates its fifteenth year as Principal Partner of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. As an energy pioneer that has been powering South Australia with natural gas for more than 40 years, Santos is very pleased to support an organisation that brings its own brand of energy to this state.

Vision, dedication and inspiration lie at the heart of our 2013 season. Maestro Arvo Volmer, our Chief Conductor and Music Director, has the vision that the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra will present excellent concerts and events that show not only the Orchestra at its best in core repertoire, but how it can transform itself as a flexible ensemble to handle the jazziest of repertoire with James Morrison, the world of rock meets symphony, and epic works of the 20th century such as Britten’s War Requiem. Our wonderfully talented 75 full-time musicians have the dedication to continue to perform at world-class standards, to present works that have been seldom played in Adelaide, and keep our industry fresh and alive with important new commissions by exemplary international composers such as James MacMillan, Arvo Pärt, Einojuhani Rautavaara, and Australia’s own Paul Stanhope, Graeme Koehne and Brett Dean.

I am looking forward to experiencing the vision, dedication and inspiration of this internationally-renowned orchestra during its 2013 season. I hope you can join us for Santos Symphony Under the Stars at Elder Park in February. Please enjoy the 2013 season.

David Knox Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Santos

What’s new for 2013

Santos Symphony Under the Stars Saturday 23 February 8pm Elder Park - free admission Marc Taddei Conductor Amy Dickson Alto Saxophone Bring the whole family to the biggest concert in our Season. Complete with a spectacular fireworks finish, Santos Symphony Under the Stars has become a South Australian institution.

The inspiration comes in no small part from you, our loyal subscribers and supporters, who, year after year, look at what we have on offer and come along to be entertained, challenged, immersed in splendid sound, and to enjoy. In 2013 we present a four concert Gala Series that includes Beethoven’s 9th and 5th Symphonies; Britten’s War Requiem; and the return of one of the world’s greatest violinists, Pinchas Zukerman – and he’ll be playing what he plays best – Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, amongst other favourite works.

Our Master Series of 12 concerts (Masters ASO) presents core orchestral repertoire with international conductors and soloists. All are worthy of note, so please come to all or as many as you can throughout the year. Highlights include Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring; Britten Concertos; Brahms Symphonies; and Russian friends including Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Rachmaninov. Due to popular demand we have taken four of our Master Series concerts and will be performing them on Thursdays in our new Thursdays ASO series. These concerts are at 6.30pm so you can dine afterwards with friends and family. New for 2013 is a series we’ve called Composer in Focus ASO. Here you will find three diverse concerts, each around a theme that focuses on one composer, his contemporaries and influencers, that help to illustrate the contribution of the composer to our wonderful world of music. In 2013 we offer Vivaldi, Debussy and Sibelius – on Wednesday nights in the Adelaide Town Hall, also at 6.30pm. Some of you will have been waiting to see what we are playing in our Spectacular ASO series. As the name suggests, we have The Blue Planet in Concert, Cirque de la Symphonie, Triple M Symphonic Rock, Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, A Night in Vienna, Last Night of the Proms and James Morrison’s Christmas Cracker. The Matinee format is new at the ASO for 2013. We will present three day-time concerts in Elder Hall, and two Tea and Symphonies in Grainger Studio. You will notice quite different artists appearing in these concerts as we look to bring international names who are touring Australia at the time, as well as our own soloists from the Orchestra.

Again we bring you two concerts in St Peter’s Cathedral, designed with busy people in mind. These one-hour concerts start at 7pm and the programs are simply fantastic! Arvo Pärt, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Brett Dean, James MacMillan – all important composers for ensuring the ecology and longevity of orchestral music. Learning continues to be a focus for us at the ASO and we have quite a full calendar for all the family to enjoy. In November 2012 we produce a dedicated Learning brochure and updates are available on our website throughout the year. We thank SA Power Networks for their sponsorship of this program. We thank our dedicated and inspired partners who assist with funding and sponsorship, and whose people see and embrace our vision for the future: Santos, our Principal Partner; Arts SA; and the Australia Council. Bravo! In 2013 we continue our partnerships with Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Festival, State Opera of South Australia, The Australian Ballet, Recitals Australia and the RBS Morgans International Piano Series. We are all part of a greater South Australian community and we work together to bring you the very best of the arts. And finally, at the end of my second year in Adelaide, I wish to extend sincere thanks to our Board of Directors, Chair Colin Dunsford; the dedicated and inspirational Management team; Friends of the ASO; our Chief Conductor and Music Director, Arvo Volmer; and our 75 talented musicians of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. We all join in bringing you our 2013 Season and look forward to seeing you throughout the year.

Barbara George Chief Executive


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Artistic Inspiration It gives me tremendous pleasure to welcome you to our ASO concerts for this 2013 season. Over the last nine years, it has been a great privilege and a joy to make music with the ASO and witness our Orchestra develop into one of the finest ensembles in Australia. It is now playing at a world-class level. Also, I feel very privileged to have enjoyed your continuing support so that we have been able to bring the greatest classical music to you in our elegant hometown of Adelaide. Musically, 2013 promises to be a thrilling year. Together, we will play visionary music, collaborate with the most dedicated artists on the planet, and give you a feast of inspirational and memorable concerts. 2013 is the centenary of the birth of the great British composer Benjamin Britten. I believe Britten is one of the finest composers of the 20th century. We bookend 2013 with Britten’s music, starting with his virtuosic Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell and closing it with the wonderful Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge. For me, one of the undoubted highlights of our year will be Britten’s epic and powerful War Requiem which we will perform in conjunction with Adelaide Festival Centre Trust featuring massed choirs, a huge orchestra and international soloists of the highest calibre.

Also in 2013, the ASO and I reach the end of our journey traversing Mahler’s magnificent symphonic canon with a performance of his final symphony, the Ninth. For me, this has been a very personal and profound musical experience. I do hope that you will join us for what will be a special concert in August, as, for the moment, we say farewell to Gustav Mahler. I welcome returning musical friends such as James Ehnes, Nikolai Demidenko, Sophie Rowell and Steven Osborne to Adelaide, alongside a host of wonderful artists making their debuts with the ASO: Yan Pascal Tortelier, Mark Wigglesworth, Louis Lortie and many more. But, most importantly, I welcome you to our year of music making – a season that, I hope, will delight you in its vision, its dedication and its inspiration. Arvo Volmer Music Director and Chief Conductor

Great Music Beethoven Britten Brahms Bruch

pages 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 23 pages 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 22 pages 10, 13, 15 page 7

Brett Dean Debussy Dvořák

page 19 pages 11, 17, 15 pages 11, 15

Elgar

pages 11, 15

Fauré

page 22

Gershwin Górecki

pages 12, 26 page 19

Janáček

pages 11, 15

Graeme Koehne

page 6

James MacMillan Mahler Mendelssohn Mozart Mussorgsky/ Rimsky-Korsakov

pages 13, 19 page 12 page 10 pages 7, 10, 11, 22, 23 page 12, 15

Arvo Pärt Piazzolla Prokofiev

page 19 page 17 pages 11, 17

Rachmaninov Einojuhani Rautavaara Ravel Rossini

pages 6, 10, 15 page 19

Schubert Scriabin Shostakovich Sibelius Paul Stanhope

page 22 pages 12, 15 page 13 pages 13, 15, 17, 23 pages 11, 15

Stravinsky

page 11

Tchaikovsky

pages 11, 12, 15

Vivaldi

pages 7, 17

Wagner Weber Natalie Williams

pages 10, 13, 17 pages 10, 15 page 11

page 10 page 22


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Gala ASO presents iconic choral works, sensational international soloists and two of Beethoven’s most popular symphonies.

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Beethoven’s 9th

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Friday 31 May 8pm Saturday 1 June 8pm Festival Theatre

Dejan Lazić

Beethoven’s 5th Friday 15 February 8pm Saturday 16 February 8pm Festival Theatre Arvo Volmer Conductor Dejan Lazić Piano

Britten Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell (Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra) Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 Beethoven Symphony No 5

ASO’s Chief Conductor, Arvo Volmer, raises the curtain on our 2013 Season with Benjamin Britten’s dazzling orchestral showpiece, Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell in this, the centenary year of the composer’s birth. Croatianborn pianist Dejan Lazić makes his Adelaide debut in the most-loved piano concerto in the repertoire, Rachmaninov’s glorious Second Piano Concerto.

Volmer directs the ASO in Beethoven’s protean Fifth Symphony described by ETA Hoffman as “that most wonderful composition - as climax after climax climbs on and on, and leads the listener imperiously forward into the spirit world of the infinite!”

Arvo Volmer Conductor Sara Macliver Soprano Sally–Anne Russell Mezzo Soprano Paul McMahon Tenor Stephen Bennett Bass Adelaide Symphony Chorus

Classical Conversations

Graeme Koehne Fanfare for the Next Forty Years (World Premiere)

1 hour prior to each performance

Composer and pedagogue Richard Chew talks to ASO Concertmaster, Natsuko Yoshimoto, and Simon Lord, ASO Director, Artistic Planning, about tonight’s program and the 2013 Season.

Beethoven Symphony No 9 Choral To celebrate Adelaide Festival Centre’s 40th Anniversary, together we present music performed at the opening of the Festival Theatre, along with the world premiere of a specially commissioned fanfare by Graeme Koehne.

Masterclass Stephen Bennett See page 31 for details.

Andrew Staples

Sara Macliver

Britten’s War Requiem Saturday 2 November 8pm Festival Theatre

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Pinchas Zukerman

Arvo Volmer Conductor Dina Kuznetsova Soprano Andrew Staples Tenor Marcus Farnsworth Baritone Adelaide Symphony Chorus Young Adelaide Voices

Zukerman’s Beethoven

Britten War Requiem

Friday 22 November 8pm Adelaide Town Hall

As part of the ASO’s Britten centenary celebrations, this performance of his War Requiem is centre stage and one of the major events in Adelaide’s cultural year. Composed for two orchestras, massed choirs and soloists, it is Britten’s hugely powerful response to the horrors of war. On the title page of the score, the composer quotes the war poet, Wilfred Owen: “My subject is War, and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity. All a poet can do today is warn…” This 80 minute work will be performed without interval.

Pinchas Zukerman Violin/Director Amanda Forsyth Cello Vivaldi Concerto for Violin & Cello in Bb Major Bruch Canzone for Cello in Bb Major Bruch Adagio on Celtic Melodies for Cello Mozart Violin Concerto No 3 in G Major Beethoven Violin Concerto

“Zukerman again seemed the forever young virtuoso; expressively resourceful, infectiously musical, technically impeccable, effortless. As usual it was a joy to be in his musical company.” Los Angeles Times Join the ASO, Pinchas Zukerman and his wife Amanda Forsyth for an Adelaide Town Hall program of unmatched exquisiteness.


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Masters Twelve fantastically diverse concerts featuring the greatest music in the orchestral repertoire performed by world-class international conductors and soloists, alongside the very best of Australian talent.

Arvo Volmer – Chief Conductor and Music Director

Arvo Volmer, in this his tenth year as the ASO’s Chief Conductor, leads the ASO in valedictory symphonies by Brahms, Beethoven and Mahler. In 2013, the ASO celebrates the centenary year of the birth of the British composer Benjamin Britten with a cycle of instrumental concertos and other key works, and marks 100 years since the first performance of Stravinsky’s groundbreaking The Rite of Spring.


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Gérard Korsten

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Friday 26 April 8pm Saturday 27 April 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Gérard Korsten Conductor Stefan Jackiw Violin Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin Mozart Violin Concerto No 5 in A Major Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 Scottish Gérard Korsten makes his Adelaide debut in neo-classical music by Maurice Ravel, and is partnered by the wunderkind violinist Stefan Jackiw in one of the most perfect of classical concertos: Mozart’s Violin Concerto No 5. We journey to romantic Scotland as imagined by Felix Mendelssohn, in his symphonic vision of Highland lochs, glens and mountains - his Third Symphony The Scottish.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Composer and pedagogue, Richard Chew, introduces tonight’s program.

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James Ehnes

Friday 7 June 8pm Saturday 8 June 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

Michal Dworzynski

Friday 10 May 8pm Saturday 11 May 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Michal Dworzynski Conductor Yevgeny Sudbin Piano Weber Oberon Overture Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2 Rachmaninov Symphony No 2 The Daily Telegraph hailed Yevgeny Sudbin as “potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century”. Hear him perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 2. In another exciting debut, the dynamic young Polish conductor Michal Dworzynski directs the ASO in Rachmaninov’s hyper-romantic Second Symphony - music which dazzles and delights with blazing orchestral colours and unforgettable melodies.

Classical Conversations Open Rehearsal

1 hour prior to each performance

See page 31 for details.

ASO Principal Oboe, Celia Craig, and Principal Clarinet, Dean Newcomb, discuss tonight’s music. This concert also on Thursday 9 May. See page 15 for details.

Denis Kozhukhin

Friday 24 May 8pm Saturday 25 May 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Arvo Volmer Conductor James Ehnes Violin Wagner Lohengrin Prelude to Act 1 Britten Violin Concerto Brahms Symphony No 4 “The Jascha Heifetz of our day”, The Globe and Mail. Violinist James Ehnes makes a much-awaited and welcome return to Adelaide to perform Benjamin Britten’s classically-inspired Violin Concerto. Arvo Volmer opens the concert with music by another composer celebrating a big birthday (his 200th), Richard Wagner: the sublime Prelude to Act One of Lohengrin. To close the concert, Volmer directs the ASO in Brahms’ great last symphony, his Fourth.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Violin virtuoso, James Ehnes and ASO violinist Lachlan Bramble explore the music in this evening’s concert.

Masterclass James Ehnes See page 31 for details.

Rory Macdonald

Friday 21 June 8pm Saturday 22 June 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Rory Macdonald Conductor Julia Grenfell Piccolo Janáček Taras Bulba

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Yan Pascal Tortelier

Friday 28 June 8pm Saturday 29 June 6.30pm Festival Theatre

Arvo Volmer Conductor Denis Kozhukhin Piano

Paul Stanhope Piccolo Concerto (Adelaide Premiere)

Yan Pascal Tortelier Conductor

Natalie Williams Whistleblower

Dvořák Nocturne

Mozart Symphony No 39

Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3

Elgar Enigma Variations

Debussy Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun

Tchaikovsky Manfred Tchaikovsky’s Manfred is the Russian composer’s response to the poem of the same name by Lord Byron. In this symphonic fantasy, Tchaikovsky’s Manfred adventures in the Alps, encounters magical waterfalls, and then, in the best romantic tradition, witnesses an infernal orgy, and dies! The ASO is joined by Russian pianist Denis Kozhukhin (winner of the First Prize at the 2010 Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels) for Prokofiev’s most popular piano concerto, his pyrotechnical Third.

In his ASO debut, the young British conductor, Rory Macdonald, brings a Bohemian hero, Australian new music and a legendary British enigma to Adelaide. ASO Principal Piccolo, Julia Grenfell, is centre stage for the Adelaide Premiere of Paul Stanhope’s new Piccolo Concerto alongside Janáček’s dramatic and rhapsodic portrayal of Gogol’s Cossack hero, Taras Bulba. Elgar’s evergreen Enigma Variations closes the concert.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Whistleblower was commissioned by Carol and Norman Schueler in 2006 in memory of Mrs Gogo Schueler.

Composer Paul Stanhope introduces his new Piccolo Concerto with ASO Principal Flute, Geoffrey Collins.

Classical Conversations

This concert also on Thursday 20 June. See page 15 for details.

1 hour prior to each performance

Anthony Steel AM and guest introduce tonight's program.

Open Rehearsal See page 31 for details.

Stravinsky The Rite of Spring When Igor Stravinsky’s groundbreaking ballet score The Rite of Spring was first performed at the Theatre des Champs-Élysées in Paris 100 years ago, there was an infamous riot in the audience. In this notto-be-missed ASO centenary performance, one of the leading French conductors on the planet, Yan Pascal Tortelier, brings Stravinsky’s visceral orchestral showpiece to life in a performance which is certain to capture the mystery and great creative power of Spring.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Richard Chew talks to tonight’s conductor, Yan Pascal Tortelier.


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Mark Wigglesworth

12 Friday 13 September 8pm Saturday 14 September 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

Nikolai Demidenko

Friday 26 July 8pm Saturday 27 July 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Giancarlo Guerrero Conductor Nikolai Demidenko Piano Mussorgsky / Rimsky-Korsakov Prelude to Khovanshchina (Dawn on the Moscow River) Scriabin Piano Concerto Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 Musical sparks will fly as Costa Rican conductor Giancarlo Guerrero and Russian pianist Nikolai Demidenko join forces for Scriabin’s romantic and exquisitely beautiful Piano Concerto. By way of contrast, the program ends with the high drama of Tchaikovsky’s powerful and fate-inspired Fourth Symphony.

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Louis Lortie

Mark Wigglesworth Conductor Nicholas Daniel Oboe

Arvo Volmer

Saturday 3 August 6.30pm Festival Theatre Arvo Volmer Conductor Mahler Symphony No 9 Arvo Volmer and the ASO reach the conclusion of their epic Mahler symphony cycle. Conductor and Orchestra began this journey seven years ago and their adventure ends with a performance of Mahler’s last completed symphonic creation - his profound and mighty Ninth, described by the composer Alban Berg as music which “expresses an extraordinary love of the earth”. This 80-minute symphony will be performed without an interval.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Post-Concert Conversation

Musicologist Christabel Saddler discusses Russian orchestral colour and the search for a national voice.

Directly after the performance

This concert also on Thursday 25 July. See page 15 for details.

Kevin Cole

Arvo Volmer and ABC Classic FM's Simon Healy, reflect on tonight’s musical journey and reaching the end of the ASO’s complete Mahler symphony cycle.

Friday 9 August 8pm Saturday 10 August 6.30pm Festival Theatre

Friday 6 September 8pm Saturday 7 September 6.30pm Festival Theatre

Marc Taddei Conductor Kevin Cole Piano

Arvo Volmer Conductor Louis Lortie Piano

Gershwin Cuban Overture

Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4

Gershwin Piano Concerto in F

Shostakovich Symphony No 10

Gershwin An American in Paris Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue In this colourful concert, American pianist and George Gershwin specialist, Kevin Cole, brings two of the composer’s greatest works to Adelaide’s concert platform – his virtuosic Concerto in F and the riotous Rhapsody in Blue. Cole is recognised as one of the most insightful interpreters of Gershwin’s music and has gained praise for his performances from the Gershwin Estate. He is joined by American conductor Marc Taddei for what promises to be an irresistible night with the ASO.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

American pianist, Kevin Cole, in conversation with Simon Lord. This concert also performed in the Spectacular Series. See page 26 for details.

Music by two great and revolutionary composers: Beethoven and Shostakovich. Arvo Volmer conducts Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony 60 years after its first performance in Leningrad in 1953, the year in which Joseph Stalin died. In this liberating symphony, music rejoices in the “decadence and Western disharmony” that the dictator so hated. Canadian pianist Louis Lortie joins the ASO in repertoire for which he is rightly renowned.

Wagner Tristan & Isolde: Prelude and Liebestod James MacMillan Oboe Concerto (Australian Premiere) Beethoven Symphony No 7 “Mark Wigglesworth’s lovinglycrafted Wagner is one of the revelations of recent years”, The Times. As part of Wagner’s 2013 bicentennial celebrations, Wigglesworth opens this concert with some of the most passionate music ever written - the Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan & Isolde. Also, new music from Scotland with the Australian premiere of James MacMillan’s Oboe Concerto, played by Nicholas Daniel for whom the work was composed in 2010. The concert ends with Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony with its highvoltage finale described by Donald Tovey as full of “Bacchic fury”. This concert is presented in conjunction with the Australasian Double Reed Society.

Classical Conversations

Classical Conversations

1 hour prior to each performance

1 hour prior to each performance

Christabel Saddler introduces the music in tonight’s concert.

Nicholas Daniel and ASO Principal Oboe, Celia Craig, discuss all things double-reeded.

Masterclass Louis Lortie See page 31 for details.

Open Rehearsal See page 31 for details.

Masterclass Nicholas Daniel See page 31 for details.

Steven Osborne

Friday 8 November 8pm Saturday 9 November 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Arvo Volmer Conductor Steven Osborne Piano Sibelius Pohjola’s Daughter Britten Piano Concerto Brahms Symphony No 1 Arvo Volmer’s final concert this season opens with music very close to the Estonian conductor’s heart - Jean Sibelius’ darkly orchestrated tone poem Pohjola’s Daughter. Volmer and the ASO conclude their marking of the Benjamin Britten centenary with pianist Steven Osborne in a performance of Britten’s Piano Concerto for which Osborne won a Gramophone Award in 2009. After the interval, Volmer leads his ASO players in a symphony which the waspish German critic Eduard Hanslick dubbed “Beethoven’s Tenth”.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Anthony Steel AM and Arvo Volmer, reflect on the ASO’s 2013 Season. This concert also on Thursday 7 November. See page 15 for details.


Thursdays

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Hear four ASO Master Series concerts on Thursdays at the Adelaide Town Hall. Join us at 6.30pm and enjoy international artists playing great repertoire.

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Yevgeny Sudbin

James Dempsey – Trumpet

Thursday 9 May 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

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Thursday 20 June 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Rory Macdonald Conductor Julia Grenfell Piccolo

Michal Dworzynski Conductor Yevgeny Sudbin Piano

Janáček Taras Bulba

Weber Oberon Overture

Paul Stanhope Piccolo Concerto (Adelaide Premiere)

Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2

Dvořák Nocturne

Rachmaninov Symphony No 2

Elgar Enigma Variations

The Daily Telegraph hailed Yevgeny Sudbin “as potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century” - hear him perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 2. In another exciting debut the dynamic young Polish conductor Michal Dworzynski directs the ASO in Rachmaninov’s hyper-romantic Second Symphony - music which dazzles and delights with blazing orchestral colours and unforgettable melodies.

In his ASO debut, the young British conductor, Rory Macdonald, brings a Bohemian hero, Australian new music and a legendary British enigma to Adelaide. ASO Principal Piccolo, Julia Grenfell, is centre stage for the Adelaide Premiere of Paul Stanhope’s new Piccolo Concerto alongside Janáček’s dramatic and rhapsodic portrayal of Gogol’s Cossack hero, Taras Bulba. Elgar’s evergreen Enigma Variations closes the concert.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

ASO Principal Oboe, Celia Craig and Principal Clarinet, Dean Newcomb, discuss tonight’s music.

Steven Osborne

Julia Grenfell

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Composer Paul Stanhope introduces his new Piccolo Concerto with Geoffrey Collins.

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Nikolai Demidenko

Thursday 25 July 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Giancarlo Guerrero Conductor Nikolai Demidenko Piano Mussorgsky / RimskyKorsakov Prelude to Khovanshchina (Dawn on the Moscow River) Scriabin Piano Concerto Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 Musical sparks will fly as Costa Rican conductor Giancarlo Guerrero and Russian pianist Nikolai Demidenko join forces for Scriabin’s romantic and exquisitely beautiful Piano Concerto. By way of contrast, the program ends with the high drama of Tchaikovsky’s powerful and fate-inspired Fourth Symphony.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Christabel Saddler discusses Russian orchestral colour and the search for a national voice.

Thursday 7 November 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Arvo Volmer Conductor Steven Osborne Piano Sibelius Pohjola’s Daughter Britten Piano Concerto Brahms Symphony No 1 Arvo Volmer’s final concert this season opens with music very close to the Estonian conductor’s heart - Jean Sibelius’ darkly orchestrated tone poem Pohjola’s Daughter. Volmer and the ASO conclude their marking of the Benjamin Britten centenary with pianist Steven Osborne in a performance of Britten’s Piano Concerto for which Osborne won a Gramophone Award in 2009. After the interval, Volmer leads his ASO players in a symphony which the waspish German critic Eduard Hanslick dubbed “Beethoven’s Tenth” – Brahms’ First Symphony.

Classical Conversations 1 hour prior to each performance

Anthony Steel AM and Arvo Volmer reflect on the ASO’s 2013 Season.


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Composer in Focus A new series of early Wednesday evening performances in the Adelaide Town Hall. Presented from the stage by Richard Chew, sponsored by RBS Morgans.

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Nicholas Carter

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Sophie Rowell

Vivaldi

Debussy

Sibelius

Wednesday 27 March 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

Wednesday 14 August 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

Wednesday 13 November 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

Natsuko Yoshimoto Violin/Director

Nicholas Carter Conductor Geoffrey Collins Flute Ian Munro Piano

Arvo Volmer Conductor Sophie Rowell Violin

Vivaldi The Four Seasons

Sibelius Pelléas and Mélisande

Debussy Syrinx & Preludes

Piazzolla Four Seasons of Buenos Aires

Celia Craig – Principal Oboe Celia Craig – Principal Oboe

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Natsuko Yoshimoto

Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1

Wagner Siegfried Idyll

In the first of this new series focussing on great composer’s key works, the ASO’s Concertmaster Natsuko Yoshimoto directs the ASO strings in Vivaldi’s bestknown work, The Four Seasons. Alongside it, contrasting music which shares the same theme, is dance music by Piazzolla: his spirited and tango-inspired Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.

Debussy La mer

Sibelius Symphony No 5

In this innovative concert, we combine the intimacy of solo playing with dazzling orchestral virtuosity. The great Australian pianist Ian Munro plays some of Debussy’s most original music the Preludes for solo piano. Then, Wagner’s original version of his Siegfried Idyll is paired with one of Debussy’s most evocative and colourful scores, La mer.

Chief Conductor Arvo Volmer, known for his compelling interpretations with the ASO of Jean Sibelius’ music, conducts the glorious Fifth Symphony and the lesser-known incidental music to Maeterlinck’s drama, Pélleas and Mélisande. Adelaide’s own Sophie Rowell reveals a Russian connection with Prokofiev’s stunning Violin Concerto No 1.

3 concert subscription prices Adult

Premium

A Reserve

B Reserve

C Reserve

$273.00

$228.00

$193.50

$163.50

Concession

$238.50

$193.50

$163.50

$136.50

Child

$105.00

$60.00

$60.00

$60.00

These concerts can only be purchased as a package and can be included in your Compose Your Own Subscription.


Icons in Sound

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Two concerts of powerful music inspired by religion and mysticism in the atmospheric setting of St Peter’s Cathedral, including two pieces by Scotland’s leading composer today, James MacMillan, and Australia’s Brett Dean.

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Tecwyn Evans

Friday 19 April 7pm St Peter's Cathedral

Friday 27 September 7pm St Peter's Cathedral

Benjamin Northey Conductor

Tecwyn Evans Conductor Peter Duggan Cor anglais

James MacMillan Exultet

Einojuhani Rautavaara Lintukoto (Isle of Bliss)

Arvo Pärt Fratres

Górecki Three Dances

Brett Dean Carlo

Gregory Rush – Percussion

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James MacMillan The World’s Ransoming

Arvo Pärt Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten

James MacMillan’s stunning fanfare for symphonic brass, Exultet is juxtaposed with Arvo Pärt’s meditative soundworld. Also, Brett Dean’s Carlo – compelling music inspired by the 16th century composer Carlo Gesualdo.

At the heart of this concert is James MacMillan’s The World’s Ransoming for solo cor anglais and orchestra. This virtuosic and powerfully emotional music is a reflection on the melody and words of St Thomas Asquinas’ hymn, Pange lingua.

Both concerts are 1 hour without interval


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Matinees

Belinda Kendall-Smith – Bass

We present two Matinee Seasons this year: three concerts in the magnificent acoustic and intimacy of Elder Hall; and we continue our Tea and Symphony Series with two concerts in Grainger Studio. Both seasons feature the music of Mozart.


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Photo: Juliusz Multarzynski.

Mozart @ Elder

Howard Shelley

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Tea & Symphony

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Arvo Volmer

Natsuko Yoshimoto

Wednesday 3 April 11.30am Elder Hall

Wednesday 28 August 11.30am Elder Hall

Wednesday 11 December 11.30am Elder Hall

Howard Shelley Director/Piano

Arvo Volmer Conductor Dean Newcomb Clarinet

Natsuko Yoshimoto Director/Violin

Rossini The Barber of Seville Overture

Mozart Clarinet Concerto

Fauré Masques et bergamasques

Schubert Symphony No 4 Tragic

Mozart Piano Concerto No 21 in C Major The leading British pianist Howard Shelley, renowned for his interpretations in the classical repertoire, performs Mozart’s ebullient Piano Concerto No 21. Shelley also conducts Gabriel Fauré’s homage to the 18th century world of the fêtes galante. The concert opens with one of the greatest masterpieces of comedy in music, Rossini’s overture to  The Barber of Seville.

ASO Chief Conductor, Arvo Volmer, joins the stage with ASO Principal Clarinet, Dean Newcomb, for one of Mozart’s last compositions – his darkly beautiful Clarinet Concerto. Volmer leads the ASO in Schubert’s Tragic C minor Symphony inspired by Haydn’s sturm und drang symphonies and composed when Schubert was just 19 years old.

Mozart Concerto for Violin No 4 in D Major Britten Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge ASO Concertmaster, Natsuko Yoshimoto, directs the ASO strings in music that propelled the young Benjamin Britten onto the world stage in what is a brilliant and touching tribute to his composition teacher: “to F.B. with affection and admiration”. Yoshimoto is the virtuoso soloist in the classical elegance of Mozart’s Violin Concerto No 4.

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Friday 1 March 11am & 1.30pm Grainger Studio

Wednesday 15 May 11am & 1.30pm Grainger Studio

Nathan Aspinall Conductor Mark Gaydon Bassoon

Jessica Cottis Conductor Celia Craig Oboe

Mozart

Sibelius

Bassoon Concerto

Rakastava

Beethoven Symphony No 2

Mozart Oboe Concerto

ASO Principal Bassoon, Mark Gaydon, performs Mozart’s early wind concerto, the Bassoon Concerto. Brisbane-born conductor, Nathan Aspinall, directs the last of Beethoven’s works from his so-called “early” period, the sunny Second Symphony.

Celia Craig

Stravinsky Scènes de ballet Sydney Symphony's recently appointed Associate Conductor, Jessica Cottis, is joined by ASO Principal Oboe, Celia Craig, for Mozart’s Oboe Concerto. The concert opens with Rakastava (The Beloved) an intimate, tender suite by Sibelius, and ends with Stravinsky’s neo-classical ballet score Scènes de ballet.

All concerts are $20 and are 1 hour without interval

Both concerts are followed by refreshments Concerts are $20 and are 1 hour without interval

Bookings through ASO on 8233 6233 or at the ASO, 91 Hindley St, Adelaide

Bookings through ASO 8233 6233 or at the ASO, 91 Hindley St, Adelaide


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Seven diverse spectacular events for every member of the family to enjoy. Sponsored by

Natsuko Yoshimoto – Concertmaster

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The Blue Planet in Concert

Cirque de la Symphonie

Friday 8 February 7pm Saturday 9 February 7pm Festival Theatre

Friday 12 April 7pm Saturday 13 April 7pm Festival Theatre

Benjamin Northey Conductor Rodney Fox Narrator

Guy Noble Conductor

The Blue Planet in Concert is a unique show, a theatrical presentation of the most remarkable film sequences from the celebrated BBC/Discovery television series, The Blue Planet. These sequences have been specially edited and are shown on a giant screen, with an expert narrator, and the ASO performing George Fenton’s music from the series.

Cirque de la Symphonie is an exciting collaboration of artistic performances that bring the magic of Cirque to the concert hall. Artists include the most amazing veterans of exceptional Cirque programs throughout the world – aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers and strongmen. Each artist’s performance is professionally choreographed to classical masterpieces and popular contemporary music. Sponsored by


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Zappa Zeppelin Queen The Who Coldplay 3

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Triple M Symphonic Rock Friday 3 May 8pm Saturday 4 May 8pm Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre Hamish McKeich Conductor Triple M and ASO have put together a night of symphonic rock with hits such as Stairway to Heaven; Another Brick in the Wall; Clocks; Rain Song; Yellow; Bat Out of Hell – and more. You gotta hear Zappa’s G-Spot Tornado, played by the magnificent forces of the ASO! Sponsored by

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Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue

A Night In Vienna Friday 25 October 8pm Saturday 26 October 8pm Festival Theatre Guy Noble Conductor Antoinette Halloran Soprano In the tradition of the Vienna Philharmonic’s New Year’s Day Concert, we bring to the Festival Theatre great works of Strauss and Mozart, including The Beautiful Blue Danube, Tritsch Tratsch Polka and Wine Women and Song.

Rhapsody in Blue Friday 9 August 8pm Saturday 10 August 6.30pm Festival Theatre Marc Taddei Conductor Kevin Cole Piano Gerswhin’s greatest music, including Rhapsody in Blue, comes to the concert hall with the American Gershwin pianist Kevin Cole – direct from Chicago. This is music at its best! The program also includes Gerswhin’s Cuban Overture, his Concerto in F and An American in Paris. Be prepared to be dazzled by Cole’s virtuosic keyboard playing. This concert is also available in the Master Series, see page 12 for details.

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Jamie MacDougall

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Last Night of the Proms

James Morrison’s Christmas Cracker

Friday 6 December 8pm Saturday 7 December 8pm Festival Theatre

Friday 13 December 8pm Saturday 14 December 8pm Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre

Guy Noble Conductor Jamie MacDougall Tenor Adelaide Symphony Chorus

Benjamin Northey Conductor James Morrison Trumpet

We welcome the return of Scottish tenor and raconteur, Jamie MacDougall, to bring you his Scottish take on the traditional Last Night of the Proms, with all the pomp and ceremony you have come to expect: Parry’s Jerusalem; Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 and Rule Britannia! Dust off those Union Jacks, grab some streamers, and feel free to wear your best kilt and sporran, for a night of pure enjoyment!

James Morrison

ASO favourite James Morrison returns for Christmas in the most jazzy of styles! The program will feature James doing what he does best with a hint of yuletide celebration.


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Learning

Matt Dempsey – Principal Trumpet

Vision, dedication and inspiration are at the heart of the SA Power Networks Learning Program for 2013. This program offers a wide range of musical experiences, as well as serving as a wonderful introduction to the worlds of orchestral and classical music. Now in its tenth year of support, SA Power Networks continues to assist young people and their families to learn from creative musical activities.


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Open Rehearsals The ASO opens three of its rehearsals to the public, providing opportunities to see the Orchestra at work.

Jay Laga'aia and the ASO: I can play anything Schools & Families Tuesday 19 February 10 & 11.30am Wednesday 20 February 10 & 11.30am Her Majesty’s Theatre For the first time with the ASO, best-selling children’s entertainer and star of Play School, Jay Laga’aia, will perform popular works written and performed by himself, including the title track from his latest children’s CD I Can Play Anything. Throughout the performance children will be encouraged to sing and dance – and best of all – to use their imaginations!

Schools $9 per person Families $14 per person Age 2 - 6

Paul Rissmann: Driven Rhythm Schools Friday 14 June 10am (lower primary) & 11.30am (upper primary) Families Friday 14 June 6pm Paul Rissmann is in demand worldwide for his inspiring children’s concerts and for getting under the skin of music and showing audiences how it all works. ASO will perform some of Paul’s original works, as well as famous classical works, and children and their families, teachers and classmates will have the chance to participate in the pieces. Paul is the master of getting everyone involved in the music!

Schools $9 per person Families $14 per person Age 5 - 12

Something on Saturday: Soundscapes

Schools Concerts: Learning LIVE

Families Saturday 13 July Festival Theatre

Schools Wednesday 20 March 10 & 11.30am Grainger Studio

ASO’s Soundscapes was presented to school children last year and returns for a family performance as part of Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something on Saturday series in 2013. Hear some of the most well-known classical works inspired by nature, accompanied by images of our environment projected on to a huge screen. Tickets will be on sale in March 2013. For information on Something on Saturday see adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au

Age 4 - 12

The SACE subject outline for music states that “music is human expression in sound. It is an integral part of life, transcending social and cultural boundaries and reflecting the health, vitality, and spiritual well-being of society”. This year we are giving students studying SACE music – and all students of music – the chance to attend concerts featuring SACE core topics set works – giving students an opportunity to hear these works live. We will be offering many associated activities around these concerts including opportunities for students to review the concerts and interview musicians.

$10 per person Age 12 - 18

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Friday 26 April 9.30am Adelaide Town Hall Masters 1, see page 10.

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Friday 7 June 9.30am Adelaide Town Hall Masters 4, see page 11.

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Friday 13 September 9.30am Adelaide Town Hall Masters 11, see page 13.

Sessions are approximately two hours and feature the first half of the program only. Tickets $15. Phone 8233 6253. Bookings are essential.

Masterclass Series These public masterclasses with the finest musicians are a fascinating and inspirational opportunity to discover what goes into the preparation for great performances. Presented in association with the Elder Conservatorium of music.

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Tuesday 21 May 1.30pm James Ehnes - Strings Masterclass

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Thursday 30 May 2pm Stephen Bennett - Vocal Masterclass

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Saturday 7 September 11am Louis Lortie - Piano Masterclass

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Saturday 14 September 10am Nicholas Daniel - Oboe Masterclass

Each masterclass will run for approximately two hours and are held at Elder Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide. For more information and to book Go to aso.com.au/learning

Tickets $10. Group discounts and subscriptions available. Phone The Elder Conservatorium of Music on 8313 5925 for bookings


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Since 2004, ElectraNet has provided financial support that has enabled the ASO to take our musicians out of the concert hall and on the road to perform in schools, kindergartens and community centres, reaching tens of thousands of children and their families spreading the joy of music along the way. Nine years on, ElectraNet continues to support a wide range of communities by delivering the ElectraNet Touring and Outreach Program to empower in audiences a passion for story-telling, music and artistic excellence.

Live Music Pass For $40, the 2013 Season ASO LIVE MUSIC PASS gives you entry to ASO Master Series concerts and selected concerts for the 2013 Season* This offer is available to full-time tertiary and secondary students aged 15 and over.

2013 SEASON

aso

Live MUSIC

PASS For Students

APPLY NOW! To apply, e-mail your full name, educational institution, student ID number, postal address, phone number and credit card details to aso@aso.com.au and we will mail your card.

Edward and Edwina the Emus Families Friday 1 March 10 & 11.30am Saturday 2 March 10 & 11.30am Forge Theatre Marryatville High School Our adaptation of these popular books by Sheena Knowles and Rod Clements, with music by Peter Webb, has been a hit in 2012! The concerts feature players from the Orchestra, and two actors who bring the emus very much to life in schools and at the Forge Theatre at Marryatville High School. Coproduced by Country Arts SA and the ASO, directed by Ninian Donald.

$15 per person Age 3 – 9 Schools performances released on the Learning pages of the ASO website from November 2012. aso.com.au/learning

ElectraNet Toe Tapping Toddlers Schools & Families Saturday 2 March 10, 11.30am & 1.30pm Saturday 18 May 10, 11.30am & 1.30pm Friday 29 November 10, 11.30am & 1.30pm Grainger Studio This wonderful series of concerts for young people returns in 2013; it features members of the Orchestra and has many opportunities for singing, dancing, and storytelling.

$10 per person Age 2 – 5

*Conditions and concert exclusions online at aso.com.au

Roald Dahl’s Red Riding Hood Families Friday 18 October 6pm Schools Tuesday 22 October 10 & 11.30am

If you don’t have a credit card, ASO LIVE MUSIC PASSes, can be purchased from ASO reception, 91 Hindley Street, Adelaide, with your student ID card. Reception hours are Mon - Fri 9am - 4.30pm.

Vision Dedication Inspiration

Hear your ASO accompany State Opera of South Australia and The Australian Ballet.

“ The forest. Strange. Eerie. Mysterious. A place of magic and surprise ” From Little Red Riding Hood. We are excited to bring you Roald Dahl’s wonderful retelling of this classic fairy tale, with an excellent full-orchestra score by Paul Patterson.

Salome 24, 27, 29 & 31 August La Forza del Destino 12, 15, 17, 19 October

Performers will bring Roald Dahl's bizarre imagination to life in this sparkling presentation.

Madama Butterfly 23, 26, 28, 30 November

Schools $10 per person Families $14 per person Age 5 – 12

Festival Theatre

Swan Lake Choreography by Stephen Baynes 5 – 11 July 2013 Festival Theatre

Credits Design ZOO Advertising Photography Jacqui Way Front cover Shane Reid and Tony Lewis Hair and make up Jen Rossiter

Group photo taken at Mortlock Wing, State Library of SA.


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Recitals Presented in association with RBS Morgans International Piano Series

Yevgeny Sudbin

Nikolai Demidenko

Yevgeny Sudbin

Nikolai Demidenko

Monday 6 May 7.30pm Space Theatre Adelaide Festival Centre

Monday 22 July 7.30pm Space Theatre Adelaide Festival Centre

Scarlatti Sonatas K466,K455, G minor & K27 Chopin Ballade No 3 Debussy L’Isle Joyeuse Liszt Funerailles and Harmonies du Soir

Presented in association with Recitals Australia

Denis Kozhukhin

Yoshimoto and Kozhukhin Tuesday 11 June 8pm Elder Hall

Chopin Barcarolle, Polonaise-Fantasie Sonata No 2

Natsuko Yoshimoto Violin  Denis Kozhukhin Piano

Beethoven Bagatelles Op 126 (selection)

Beethoven Sonata No 10 in G major

Rachmaninov Variations on a theme of Corelli

Britten Suite for Violin and Piano

Scriabin Sonata No 5

Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 3 in A minor Brahms Sonata No 3 in D minor

Jamie MacDougall

Jamie MacDougall Tuesday 3 December 8pm Elder Hall Jamie MacDougall Tenor Jamie Cock Piano Haydn Scottish Songs Schubert and Schumann Lieder

Violins

Violas

Flutes

Horns

Natsuko Yoshimoto** (Concertmaster) Ike See** (Associate Concertmaster) Shirin Lim* (Principal 1st Violin) Michael Milton** (Principal 2nd Violin) Lachlan Bramble ≈ (Associate Principal 2nd Violin) Janet Anderson Ann Axelby Minas Berberyan Gillian Braithwaite Julia Brittain Hilary Bruer Elizabeth Collins Jane Collins Alison Heike Danielle Jaquillard Alexis Milton Jennifer Newman Julie Newman Emma Perkins Alexander Permezel Judith Polain Marie-Louise Slaytor Kemeri Spurr

Juris Ezergailis** Imants Larsens ≈ Martin Butler Lesley Cockram Anna Hansen Rosi McGowran Carolyn Mooz Michael Robertson Cecily Satchell

Geoffrey Collins** Lisa Gill Julia Grenfell

Jonas van Dyke** Sarah Barrett ≈ Philip Hall* Bryan Griffiths Philip Paine

Piccolo Julia Grenfell*

Oboes Celia Craig** Renae Stavely Peter Duggan

Matt Dempsey** Martin Phillipson ≈ Gregory Frick James Dempsey

Janis Laurs** Ewen Bramble ≈ Sarah Denbigh Christopher Handley Sherrilyn Handley Gemma Phillips David Sharp Cameron Waters

Cor Anglais

Trombones

Basses

Mitchell Berick*

David Schilling** Young-Hee Chan ≈ Jacky Chang Harley Gray Belinda Kendall-Smith David Phillips

Bassoons

Cellos

Peter Duggan*

Clarinets Dean Newcomb** Darren Skelton Mitchell Berick

Bass Clarinet

Mark Gaydon** Leah Stephenson Jackie Hansen

Contra Bassoon Jackie Hansen*

RBS Morgans International Piano Series Subscriptions available from 1 October and single tickets available from 21 November. Book through BASS on 131 246 or bass.net.au A Reserve $65, B Reserve $45, Students $25

Recitals Australia Tickets available through BASS on 131 246 or bass.net.au Tickets $43.30 adult, $33.30 concession

For full 2013 season detail, visit internationalpianoseries.com.au

For full 2013 season detail, visit recitalsaustralia.org.au

Recitals Australia members and Elder Conservatorium students admitted free of charge.

Cameron Malouf ** Ian Denbigh

Bass Trombone Howard Parkinson*

Tuba Peter Whish-Wilson*

Timpani Robert Hutcheson*

Percussion Steven Peterka** Gregory Rush

Harp Suzanne Handel* ** * ≈

Britten Composer Folk Song Arrangements Kennedy Fraser Song of the Hebrides

Trumpets

ASO Board

Management

Colin Dunsford (Chair) Anthony Steel AM (Deputy Chair) Jillian Attrill Col Eardley Karen Hannon Chris Michelmore Michael Morley Robert Pontifex Nigel Stevenson

Executive Barbara George (Chief Executive) Margie Corston (Executive Assistant) Artistic and Learning Simon Lord (Director, Artistic Planning Sophie Emery (Artistic Administrator Kristina Phillipson (Learning & Outreach Coordinator) Finance and HR Bruce Bettcher (Business & Finance Manager) Paul Blackman (Human Resources Manager)

Karin Juhl (Accounts/ Box Office Coordinator) Sarah McBride (Payroll) Emma Wight (Administrative Assistant) Operations Heikki Mohell (Operations and Commercial Manager) Karen Frost (Orchestra Manager) Kingsley Schmidtke (Venue/Production Supervisor) Bruce Stewart (Librarian) David Khafagi (Operations Assistant)

Section Leader Principal Player Associate Principal

Development Vicky Lekis (Director of Development) Tom Bastians (Development Assistant) Communications and Research Matthew Madden (Director of Communications and Research) Lynette Robinson (Marketing Coordinator) Kate Sewell (Publicist)


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Supporting your Private Giving Each year we rely upon the difference that you, as a private individual make to ensure that we continue to deliver performances that inspire thrill and engage, in a variety of genres to suit the various appetites of our concertgoers. We in turn are inspired by the South Australian community – the people in hospital, the children in schools, the first-time concert goers, our loyal subscribers and friends. Your donation helps us to perform in traditional concert venues, schools, libraries, the Mary Potter Hospice, the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, reaching out to the community that supports us. Your generosity is much needed and helps the ASO continue providing accessible programs at low or no cost, programs that engage our young and not-so young audiences, and help us to build new audiences of the future. There are many ways to support the ASO and specific programs to donate to. For example, you could make an annual donation or a long term pledge; give a significant gift, or plan a bequest to secure the ASO’s future. An easy way to make a difference is to add a donation to your subscription booking form. Every donation plays a part in securing the future of your ASO and gifts over $2 are tax deductible.

Venue Information Chairman’s Dinner with the Artists The ASO provides you with the opportunity to meet some of the best international and national artists, gaining a unique insight into their craft, talent, and that evening’s performance.

Support a Musical Chair For those of you who would like a more intimate way to connect with your Orchestra, consider a Musical Chair sponsorship. A Musical Chair plays a vital role in maintaining high quality symphonic concerts and community programs. You are able to choose the musician’s chair you wish to support and your gift is recognised in the Master Series Concert Programs, and through special invitations to events where you can get to know “your” musician. Musical Chairs sponsorship opportunities are $2,500 per chair, and are renewable annually at any point in the year. To discuss specific donation programs, please contact the Director of Development, Vicky Lekis on (08) 8233 6260 or email lekisv@aso.com.au.

Our 2013 Chairman’s Dinners are held after our Thursday night performances and will be strictly limited to an intimate number of guests. To be the first to hear the details, register your interest with Development Assistant Tom Bastians by emailing bastianst@aso.com.au or phoning (08) 8233 6243.

Corporate Support As a business or service provider you can support South Australia's premier cultural organisation either in cash or in kind. The ASO is committed to excellence in everything that we undertake including creating and servicing our corporate partnerships. An investment with the ASO is an investment in the South Australian community. An ASO Corporate partnership offers a range of tailor-made opportunities to establish a partnership with South Australia’s leading arts organisation. To learn more about becoming a corporate sponsor of the ASO please contact Director of Development, Vicky Lekis on (08) 8233 6260 or email lekisv@aso.com.au

Adelaide Elder Hall Entertainment Centre University of Adelaide North Tce, Adelaide.

Car parking & transport

Corner Port Rd & Adam St, Hindmarsh. Car parking & transport Limited onsite parking – $10 per car. Patrons are encouraged to use the tram. It’s free from the city. Bars & Restaurants nearby Lady Daly Hotel 126 Port Rd, Hindmarsh. Governor Hindmarsh Hotel 59 Port Rd, Hindmarsh.

University Underground Car Park (enter from North Tce). Numerous bus stops are close by. Go to adelaidemetro.com.au for route information. Bars & Restaurants nearby Chris Jarmer @ air 210 North Tce, Adelaide.

Adelaide Town Hall

Festival Theatre at the Adelaide Festival Centre

128 King William St, Adelaide.

King William Rd, Adelaide.

Car parking & transport

Car parking & transport

Topham Car Park (enter off Waymouth St).

Adelaide Festival Centre car park is open 24 hours.

Tram and bus stops are close by. Go to adelaidemetro.com.au for route information.

The Centre is easily accessed by all forms of public transport with tram, train and bus stops nearby. Go to adelaidemetro.com.au for route information.

Bars & Restaurants nearby Adelaide Town Hall Concert Bistro Social, delicious and convenient – the perfect setting for a pre concert meal. Opening Times Friday 5.30pm – 7.30pm Saturday 5.00pm – 6.15pm Advance reservations available 08 8203 7962 weekdays, 9am – 5pm Bookings not essential. Medina Grand Adelaide Treasury Bar & Restaurant 2 Flinders St, Adelaide. Ambassadors Hotel 107 King William St, Adelaide.

Bars & Restaurants nearby Lyrics at Adelaide Festival Centre Open two hours prior to performances. Bookings phone 131 246. The Bistro at the Adelaide Festival Centre Dinners Wednesday to Saturday from 4.30pm. Bookings phone 8216 8744 InterContinental Adelaide North Tce, Adelaide.

Grainger Studio 91 Hindley St, Adelaide. The home of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Ph 8233 6233. Car parking and transport Numerous car park stations are located within easy walking distance. Tram and bus stops are close by. Go to adelaidemetro.com.au for route information. Bars & Restaurants nearby Café Tempo Located within the ASO building. The Sebel Playford Adelaide 120 North Tce, Adelaide.

St Peter's Cathedral King William Rd, North Adelaide. Car parking & transport Medical Centre Car Park (enter from Kermode St). Several bus stops are nearby on King William Rd. Go to adelaidemetro.com.au for route information. Bars & Restaurants nearby Sparrow Kitchen and Bar 10 O'Connell St, North Adelaide. Queen's Head Hotel 117 Kermode St, North Adelaide.


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Price Guide

Subscribe

Compose Your Own Subscription

What is a Subscription? A subscription is the purchase of three or more different concerts per person from across the 2013 Season listed on the price guide. If you would like additional single tickets for any of the chosen concerts, they can be included at the single ticket price.

Why Subscribe? Subscribe and win Subscribe and go into the draw to win the major prize valued at over $10,000 from Peregrine Travel Centre. See page 40 for details. Subscribe and save up to 20% off single ticket prices ASO’s subscriptions allow you to choose 3 or more concerts throughout the 2013 Season that are listed on the price guide on page 39. Save on handling fees Subscribers pay a lower ticket handling fee across their subscription purchase. The best seats in the house By subscribing, you secure the best seats available in the concert venue, before single tickets go on sale on 3 December 2013. If you subscribe to 9 or more concerts in the Master Series, your same seats can be renewed each year.

Buy now, pay later Subscribers can opt to pay in two instalments to secure their seats for the 2013 Season. To pay by instalments, the booking form must be received by 1 December. Final payment will be processed in January 2013. Excludes concerts in the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, and additional single tickets purchased. Ticket Exchanges Subscribers are able to exchange or upgrade their tickets to any other subscription concert in the Master Series.

How to Subscribe 1.

If you prefer you can fill in the form in this brochure.

To fill in the form 1.

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ASO Newsletters 3.

Special Discounts Subscribers receive an ASO Subscriber Card which entitles you to discounts at a variety of retailers across Adelaide. Friendly reminders

Indicate the number of adult, concession card holders and child(ren) and the respective number of concerts they wish to subscribe to. Choose your seating area preference. If your choice isn’t available, you will be given the best available seats at the time of processing.

Adelaide Town Hall Festival Theatre

Post, fax or deliver the form in person as per the detail on the form.

NB: Due to reasons beyond the ASO’s control, artists, programs, dates and venues may change without notice. We will make every effort to communicate with you.

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Adult

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*Prem not available at FT

86.50

75.50

89.00

77.50

91.00

79.50

103.00

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35.00

57.00

71.50

60.50

74.00

62.50

76.00

64.50

88.00

75.00

20.00

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48.50

60.50

51.50

62.50

53.00

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54.50

75.00

64.00

20.00

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51.50

43.00

53.00

44.00

54.50

45.50

64.00

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238.50

273.00

238.50

273.00

238.50

273.00

238.50

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105.00

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228.00

193.50

228.00

193.50

228.00

193.50

228.00

193.50

N/A

N/A

60.00

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193.50

163.50

193.50

163.50

193.50

163.50

193.50

163.50

N/A

N/A

60.00

C

163.50

136.50

163.50

136.50

163.50

136.50

163.50

136.50

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60.00

COMPOSER IN FOCuS ASO (3 concert package) Adelaide Town Hall

GALA ASO Beethoven’s 5th

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88.50

80.50

92.50

84.00

94.50

86.00

97.00

88.00

109.00

99.00

35.00

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68.50

60.50

72.50

64.00

74.50

66.00

77.00

68.00

89.00

79.00

20.00

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60.50

52.50

64.00

55.50

66.00

57.00

68.00

59.00

79.00

69.00

20.00

C

52.50

44.50

55.50

47.00

57.00

48.50

59.00

50.00

69.00

59.00

20.00

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92.00

88.00

97.00

92.50

99.50

95.00

102.00

97.50

120.00

115.00

54.00

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77.00

73.00

82.00

77.50

84.50

80.00

87.00

82.50

100.00

95.00

39.00

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65.00

61.00

69.00

65.00

71.00

67.00

73.50

69.00

85.00

80.00

39.00

Festival Theatre

Fill in the subscriber and payment details on the back of the form.

Adult

Single tickets on sale 3 December 2012. Visit aso.com.au

72.00

Cirque de la Symphonie

Postage and handling fees. For any Adelaide Entertainment Centre concerts add $2.95 per form, and for other venues add $6.60 per subscriber.

Conc

(Includes ticketing agent booking fee of $3.30, inclusive of GST)

67.50

Festival Theatre

6.

Adult

3+

Single Ticket Prices

82.50

B

How subscriptions are processed

Conc

6+

Compose Your Own 3-5 concerts

A

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Add any voluntary donation you wish. Donations over $2 are tax deductable

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Compose Your Own 6-8 concerts

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Adult

Compose Your Own 9-11 concerts

MASTERS ASO & THuRSDAyS ASO

SPECTACuLAR ASO The Blue Planet in Concert

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Festival Theatre

To ensure you don’t forget your concert selections, the ASO will provide you with stickers to highlight your selected concerts in diaries and on calendars.

Renewing 2012 9+ Master Series subscribers to the 2013 Master Series are processed first. Other subscriptions will be processed in order of receipt. Tickets will be mailed from December 2012. Single tickets go on sale on 3 December 2012.

Compose Your Own 12+ concerts

The concerts below can be included in a Compose Your Own Subscription

Go online to aso.com.au and follow the links Or

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Exchanges are subject to availability and handling fee is applicable

Subscribers will receive informative newsletters updating you on the latest news from the ASO.

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Beethoven’s 9th War Requiem Festival Theatre

Zukerman’s Beethoven

C Prem

57.00

53.00

60.50

56.50

62.50

58.00

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60.00

75.00

70.00

39.00

106.50

96.00

112.00

101.00

115.00

103.50

118.00

106.50

133.00

120.00

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91.50

81.00

97.00

86.00

100.00

88.50

103.00

91.50

118.00

105.00

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72.50

86.00

77.00

88.50

79.00

91.50

81.50

105.00

94.00

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72.50

64.50

77.00

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Marc Marc Taddei Taddei Conductor Conductor Amy Dickson Alto Amy Alto Saxophone Saxophone MarcDickson Taddei Conductor Amy Alto Saxophone MarcDickson Taddei Conductor Amy Dickson Alto Saxophone

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Grainger Studio Grainger Studio Adelaide Adelaide Town Town Hall Hall Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

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Natsuko Yoshimoto Violin/Director Natsuko Yoshimoto Violin/Director Howard Howard Shelly Shelly Director/Piano Director/Piano Howard Shelly Director/Piano Howard Shelly Director/Piano Guy Guy Noble Noble Conductor Conductor

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Adelaide Adelaide Town Town Hall Hall

Master Master Series Series 11

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

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Gerard Gerard Korsten Korsten Conductor Conductor Stefan Jackiw Violin Stefan Gerard Jackiw KorstenViolin Conductor Gerard Jackiw KorstenViolin Conductor Stefan Stefan Jackiw Violin

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Artist Artist Nikolai Demidenko Piano Nikolai Demidenko Piano

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6.30pm Festival Theatre 6.30pm Festival Theatre 8pm Festival Theatre 6.30pm Festival 8pm Festival Theatre Theatre 6.30pm 6.30pm Festival Theatre 6.30pm 8pm Festival Theatre 8pm Festival Theatre 6.30pm 6.30pm

Master Series 8 Master Series 8 Master Series 9 Master Series 89 Master Series Master SeriesSeries 8 4 Spectacular Spectacular Series 4 Master Series 9 Master Series 9 Spectacular Series 4 Spectacular Series 4

Arvo Volmer Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Marc Taddei Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Marc Taddei Conductor Arvo Conductor KevinVolmer Cole Piano Kevin Cole Piano Marc Taddei Conductor Marc Taddei Conductor Kevin Cole Piano Kevin Cole Piano

Composer in Focus 2 Composer Debussy in Focus 2 Debussy Composer in Focus 2 Composer in Focus 2 Debussy Debussy

Nicholas Carter Conductor Nicholas Carter Conductor Geoffrey Collins Flute Geoffrey Carter Collins Conductor Flute Nicholas Ian Munro PianoConductor Nicholas Carter Ian Munro PianoFlute Geoffrey Collins Geoffrey Collins Flute Ian Munro Piano Ian Piano ArvoMunro Volmer Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Dean Newcomb Clarinet Dean Volmer Newcomb Clarinet Arvo Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Dean Newcomb Clarinet Dean Newcomb Clarinet Arvo Volmer Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Louis Lortie Piano LouisVolmer Lortie Piano Arvo Conductor Arvo Conductor Mark Volmer Wigglesworth Conductor Louis Lortie Piano Conductor Mark Wigglesworth Louis Lortie Piano Nicholas Daniel Oboe Nicholas Daniel Oboe Mark Wigglesworth Conductor Mark Wigglesworth Conductor Nicholas Daniel Oboe Nicholas DanielConductor Oboe Tecwyn Evans Tecwyn Evans Conductor Peter Duggan Cor Anglais Peter Duggan Cor Anglais Tecwyn Evans Conductor Tecwyn Evans Conductor Peter Duggan Cor Anglais Peter Duggan Cor Anglais

Repertoire Repertoire Chopin Barcarolle, Polonaise-Fantasie Chopin Barcarolle, and Sonata No 2 Polonaise-Fantasie and Sonata No 2 Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov Chopin Barcarolle, Polonaise-Fantasie Chopin Barcarolle, Polonaise-Fantasie Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov and Sonata No 2 Prelude to Khovanshchina and Sonata No 2 Prelude to Khovanshchina Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov Scriabin Piano Concerto Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov Scriabinto Piano Concerto Prelude Khovanshchina Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 Prelude to Khovanshchina Tchaikovsky Symphony Scriabin Piano ConcertoNo 4 Scriabin Piano Concerto Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 Mahler Symphony No 9 Mahler Symphony No 9 Gershwin Cuban Overture Mahler Symphony No 9 Gershwin Cuban Overture Mahler Symphony No 9 in F Gershwin Piano Concerto Gershwin Piano Concerto in F Gershwin Cuban Overture Gershwin American in Paris Gershwin An Cuban Overture Gershwin An American in ParisF Gershwin Concerto Gershwin Piano Rhapsody in Blue in Gershwin Piano Concerto in F Gershwin An Rhapsody in Blue Gershwin American in Paris Gershwin An American in Paris Debussy Syrinx Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue Debussy Syrinx Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue Debussy Preludes Debussy Syrinx Preludes Debussy Wagner Debussy Sigfried Syrinx idyll Wagner Sigfried idyll Debussy Debussy Preludes La mer Debussy Preludes Debussy Sigfried La mer idyll Wagner Wagner Sigfried Mozart Clarinet idyll Concerto Debussy La mer Concerto Mozart Clarinet Debussy mer SchubertLa Symphony No 4 Tragic Schubert Symphony No 4 Tragic Mozart Clarinet Concerto Mozart Clarinet Concerto Schubert Symphony No 4 Tragic Schubert Symphony No 4 Tragic Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4 Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4 Shostakovich Symphony No 10 Shostakovich Symphony NoNo 104 Beethoven Piano Concerto Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4 Wagner Tristan Prelude and Liebestod Shostakovich NoLiebestod 10 Wagner TristanSymphony Prelude and Shostakovich Symphony No 10 James MacMillan Oboe Concerto James MacMillan Oboeand Concerto Wagner Tristan Prelude Liebestod Beethoven Symphony Wagner Tristan PreludeNo and7 Liebestod Beethoven Symphony 7 James MacMillan OboeNo Concerto James MacMillan Oboe Lintukoto Concerto Einojuhani Rautavaara Beethoven Symphony 7 Einojuhani RautavaaraNo Lintukoto Beethoven Symphony Górecki Three Dances No 7 Górecki Three Dances Lintukoto Einojuhani Rautavaara James MacMillan The World’s Ransoming Einojuhani Rautavaara Lintukoto James MacMillan The World’s Ransoming Górecki Three Dances Górecki Three Dances James MacMillan The World’s Ransoming James MacMillan The World’s Ransoming

Wednesday 14 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Wednesday 14 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

23 23 23 23 17 17

Wednesday 14 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Wednesday 14 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall Wednesday 28 11.30am Elder Hall Wednesday 28 11.30am Elder Hall

17 17 22 22 22 22 25 25 25 25 19 19 19 19

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

Matinee Series Matinee Series ASO @ Elder 2 ASO @ Elder 2 Matinee Series Matinee Series ASO @ Elder 2 ASO @ Elder 2 Master Series 10 Master Series 10

Festival Theatre Festival AdelaideTheatre Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

Master Series 10 Master Master Series Series 10 11 Master Series 11

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

Master Series 11 Master Series 11

St Peter’s Cathedral St Peter’s Cathedral

Icons in Sound 2 Icons in Sound 2

7pm 7pm

St Peter’s Cathedral St Peter’s Cathedral

Icons in Sound 2 Icons in Sound 2

8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

Spectacular Series 5 Spectacular Series 5 A Night In Vienna A Night In Vienna Spectacular Series 5 Spectacular Series 5 A Night In Vienna A Night In Vienna

Guy Noble Conductor Guy Noble Conductor Antoinette Halloran Soprano Antoinette Halloran Soprano Guy Noble Conductor Guy Noble Conductor Antoinette Halloran Soprano Antoinette Halloran Soprano

Britten's War Requiem Britten's War Gala Series 3 Requiem Gala Series 3 Britten's War Requiem Britten's War Requiem Gala Series 3 Gala Series 3

Arvo Volmer Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Dina Kuznetsova Soprano Dina Kuznetsova Soprano Andrew Staples Tenor Arvo Volmer Conductor Andrew Staples TenorBaritone Arvo Volmer Conductor Marcus Farnsworth Dina Kuznetsova Soprano Marcus Farnsworth Baritone Dina Kuznetsova Soprano Adelaide Symphony Chorus Andrew Staples Tenor Adelaide Symphony Chorus Andrew Staples Tenor Young Adelaide Voices Marcus Farnsworth Baritone Young Adelaide Voices Marcus Farnsworth Baritone Adelaide Symphony Chorus Adelaide Symphony Chorus Arvo Volmer Conductor Young Adelaide Voices Arvo Volmer Conductor Young Adelaide Voices Steven Osborne Piano Steven Osborne Piano Arvo Volmer Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Steven Osborne Piano Steven Osborne Piano Arvo Volmer Conductor Arvo Volmer Sophie RowellConductor Violin Sophie Rowell Violin Arvo Volmer Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Sophie Rowell Violin Sophie ViolinDirector/Violin PinchasRowell Zukerman Pinchas Director/Violin AmandaZukerman Forsyth Cello Amanda Forsyth Cello Pinchas Zukerman Director/Violin Pinchas Zukerman Director/Violin Amanda Forsyth Cello Amanda Forsyth Cello

Wednesday 28 Wednesday September 28 September Friday 6 September Friday 6 September Saturday 7 Saturday Friday 6 7 Friday Friday 6 13 Saturday Friday 13 7 Saturday Saturday 714 Saturday Friday 13 14 Friday 13 Saturday 14 Saturday Friday 27 14 Friday 27

11.30am Elder Hall 11.30am Elder Hall

Friday 27 Friday 27

8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 7pm 7pm

10 10

12 &34 15 12 & 34 15 12 & 15 12 & 15

12 12 12 & 26 12 12 & 26 12 12 & 26 12 & 26 17 17 17 17 22 22 22 22 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 19 19 19 19

10 10

Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 Scottish May May Friday May Friday 33 May Saturday 4 Saturday Friday 3 4 Friday 3 4 Saturday Monday Monday 6 64 Saturday

8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 8pm

AEC AEC Theatre Theatre

Spectacular Spectacular Series Series 33 Triple Rock Triple M M Symphonic Symphonic Spectacular Series 3 Rock Triple M Symphonic Spectacular Series 3 Rock Recitals Triple M ASO Symphonic Rock Recitals ASO

Hamish Hamish McKeich McKeich Conductor Conductor

AEC Theatre AEC Theatre Space Space Theatre Theatre

Monday 6 Monday 6

7.30pm 7.30pm

Space Theatre Space Theatre

Recitals ASO Recitals ASO

Yevgeny Sudbin Piano Yevgeny Sudbin Piano

6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm Friday 10 11 8pm Saturday 6.30pm Wednesday Wednesday 15 15 11am 11am Saturday 11 6.30pm 1.30pm 1.30pm Wednesday 15 11am Wednesday 15 11am 1.30pm

Adelaide Adelaide Town Town Hall Hall

Master Master Series Series 22 Thursdays Series 1 Thursdays Series Master Series 2 1 Thursdays Series Master Series 2 1 Thursdays Series 1 Matinee Matinee Series Series Tea Tea & & Symphony Symphony Matinee Series

Michal Michal Dworzynski Dworzynski Conductor Conductor Yevgeny Sudbin YevgenyDworzynski Sudbin Piano Piano Michal Conductor Michal Conductor YevgenyDworzynski Sudbin Piano

Friday Friday 24 24 Saturday 25 Saturday Friday 24 25 Friday 24 25 Saturday

1.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm

Adelaide Adelaide Town Town Hall Hall

Tea & Symphony Matinee Series Tea & Symphony Master Master Series Series 33

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

Master Series 3 Master Series 3

Saturday 25 Friday Friday 31 31

6.30pm 8pm 8pm

Festival Festival Theatre Theatre

Friday 31 Friday 31

8pm 8pm

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

Gala Gala Series Series 22 Beethoven’s 9th Beethoven’s Gala Series 29th Beethoven’s Gala Series 29th Beethoven’s 9th

Thursday Thursday 9 9 Friday Friday 10 10 9 Thursday Saturday 11 Thursday Saturday Friday 10 119

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall Grainger Grainger Studio Studio Grainger Studio Grainger Studio

June June

Hamish McKeich Conductor Hamish McKeich Conductor Yevgeny Yevgeny Sudbin Sudbin Piano Piano

YevgenyCottis Sudbin Piano Jessica Jessica Cottis Conductor Conductor Celia Oboe Celia Craig Craig Oboe Jessica Cottis Conductor JessicaCraig Cottis Conductor Celia Oboe Celia Volmer Craig Oboe Arvo Arvo Volmer Conductor Conductor James Ehnes JamesVolmer Ehnes Violin Violin Arvo Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor James Ehnes Violin JamesVolmer Ehnes Violin Arvo Arvo Volmer Conductor Conductor Sara Soprano Sara Macliver Macliver Soprano Arvo Volmer Conductor Sally–Anne Russell Mezzo Arvo Volmer Conductor Sally–Anne Russell Mezzo Soprano Soprano Sara Macliver Soprano Paul McMahon Tenor Sara Macliver Soprano Paul McMahon Tenor Sally–Anne Russell Mezzo Soprano Stephen Bennett Bass Sally–Anne Russell Mezzo Soprano Stephen Bennett Bass Paul McMahon Tenor Adelaide Symphony Chorus Paul McMahon Tenor Adelaide Symphony Chorus Stephen Bennett Bass Stephen Bennett Bass Adelaide Symphony Chorus Adelaide Symphony Chorus See See listing listing above above

Saturday June Saturday 11 June Saturday 1 Saturday 1 Friday Friday 77

8pm 8pm

Festival Festival Theatre Theatre

8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre Adelaide Adelaide Town Town Hall Hall

Gala Gala Series Series 22 Beethoven’s 9th Beethoven’s Gala Series 29th Beethoven’s Gala Series 29th Beethoven’s 9th Master Master Series Series 44

Saturday 8 Saturday Friday 7 8 Friday 7 8 Saturday

6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

Master Series 4 Master Series 4

Saturday118 Tuesday Tuesday 11

6.30pm 8pm 8pm

Elder Elder Hall Hall

Recitals Recitals ASO ASO

Tuesday 11 Tuesday 11

8pm 8pm

Elder Hall Elder Hall

Recitals ASO Recitals ASO

Thursday Thursday 20 20 Friday Friday 21 21 20 Thursday Saturday 22 Thursday 20 Saturday Friday 21 22

Adelaide Adelaide Town Town Hall Hall

Master Master Series Series 55 Thursdays Series 2 Thursdays Series Master Series 5 2 Thursdays Series Master Series 5 2 Thursdays Series 2

Rory Rory Macdonald Macdonald Conductor Conductor Julia Piccolo Julia Grenfell Grenfell Piccolo Rory Macdonald Conductor Rory Grenfell Macdonald Conductor Julia Piccolo

Friday 21 22 Saturday Saturday 22 Friday Friday 28 28 Saturday 29 Saturday Friday 28 29 Friday 28 29 Saturday

6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm

Festival Festival Theatre Theatre

Master Master Series Series 66

Yan Yan Pascal Pascal Tortelier Tortelier Conductor Conductor

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

Master Series 6 Master Series 6

Yan Pascal Tortelier Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Conductor

Saturday 29

6.30pm

See listing above See listing above Arvo Arvo Volmer Volmer Conductor Conductor Denis Kozhukhin Piano DenisVolmer Kozhukhin Piano Arvo Conductor Arvo Volmer Conductor Denis Kozhukhin Piano Denis Kozhukhin Piano Natsuko Natsuko Yoshimoto Yoshimoto Violin Violin Denis Piano Denis Kozhukhin Kozhukhin Piano Natsuko Yoshimoto Violin Natsuko Yoshimoto Violin Denis Kozhukhin Piano Denis Kozhukhin Piano

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

13/09/12 13/09/12 5:03 PM 13/09/12 5:035:03 PM PM 19/09/12 9:25 AMPM 13/09/12 5:03

Julia Grenfell Piccolo

Favourite Favourite rock rock and and pop pop songs songs arranged arranged for for symphony orchestra including Frank symphonyrock orchestra including Frank Zappa, Zappa, Favourite and Floyd, pop songs arranged for Led Zeppelin, Pink Queen and Coldplay Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen and Coldplay symphony orchestra including Frank Zappa, Favourite rock and pop songs arranged for Led Zeppelin, PinkK466,K455, Floyd, Queen and & Coldplay Scarlatti G K27 symphony orchestra including Frank Zappa, Scarlatti Sonatas Sonatas K466,K455, G minor minor & K27 Led Zeppelin, Pink Chopin No 33Floyd, Queen and Coldplay Chopin Ballade Ballade NoK466,K455, Scarlatti Sonatas G minor & K27 Debussy L’Isle Joyeuse DebussyBallade L’Isle Joyeuse Scarlatti Sonatas G minor & K27 Chopin NoK466,K455, 3 Liszt Funerailles and Liszt Funerailles and3Harmonies Harmonies du du Soir Soir Chopin Ballade No Debussy L’Isle Joyeuse Scriabin Sonata No 5 Scriabin Sonata No 5Harmonies du Soir Debussy L’Isle Joyeuse Liszt Funerailles and Liszt Funerailles Scriabin Sonata and No 5Harmonies du Soir Weber Weber Oberon Oberon Overture Overture Scriabin Sonata No 5 Beethoven Piano Concerto Beethoven Piano Concerto No No 22 Weber Oberon Overture Rachmaninov Symphony No 22 Weber Oberon Overture Rachmaninov Symphony No Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2 Beethoven Piano Concerto No Rachmaninov Symphony No 22 Sibelius Sibelius Rakastava Rakastava Rachmaninov Symphony No 2 Mozart Concerto Mozart Oboe Oboe Concerto Sibelius Rakastava Stravinsky Scènes de Sibelius Rakastava Stravinsky Scènes de ballet ballet Mozart Oboe Concerto Mozart Oboe Concerto Stravinsky Scènes de ballet to Act 1 Wagner Wagner Lohengrin Lohengrin Prelude Prelude to Act 1 Stravinsky Scènes de ballet Britten Violin Concerto Britten Concerto WagnerViolin Lohengrin Prelude to Act 1 Brahms Symphony No WagnerViolin Lohengrin Prelude Brahms Symphony No 44 to Act 1 Britten Concerto

26 26 26 26 34 34 34 34

10 10 & & 15 15 10 & 15 10 & 15 23 23 23 23 10 10 10 10

Britten Violin Concerto Brahms Symphony No 4 Graeme Graeme Koehne Koehne Fanfare The Forty Brahms Symphony 4 Years Fanfare For For The Next NextNo Forty Years Graeme Koehne Beethoven Symphony No Choral Beethoven Symphony No 9 9Years Choral Fanfare For The Next Forty Graeme Koehne Fanfare For The Next Forty Years Beethoven Symphony No 9 Choral

October October Friday 25 October Friday 25 October Saturday 26 Saturday Friday 25 26 Friday 25 Saturday 26 Saturday 26 November November Saturday 2 November Saturday 2 November

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

8pm 8pm

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

Saturday 2 Saturday 2

8pm 8pm

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

Thursday 7 Thursday 7 Friday 8 Friday 8 Thursday Saturday 977 Thursday Saturday Friday 8 9 Friday 8 Wednesday Saturday 9 13 Saturday 9 13 Wednesday

6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall 8pm 8pm 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall 6.30pm 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall 6.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.30pm 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall

Wednesday 13 Wednesday 13 Friday 22 Friday 22

6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall 6.30pm Adelaide Town Hall 8pm Adelaide Town Hall 8pm Adelaide Town Hall

Friday 22 Friday 22

8pm 8pm

Adelaide Town Hall Adelaide Town Hall

Beethoven Symphony No 9 Choral

Graeme Graeme Koehne Koehne Fanfare Fanfare For For The The Next Next Forty Forty Years Years Graeme Koehne Fanfare For The Next Beethoven Symphony No 9 Choral Beethoven Symphony NoFor 9 Choral Forty Years Graeme Koehne Fanfare The Next Forty Years Beethoven Symphony No 9 Choral Natalie Natalie Williams Williams Whistleblower Whistleblower BeethovenPiano Symphony No 9No Choral Prokofiev Prokofiev Piano Concerto Concerto No 33 Natalie Williams Whistleblower Tchaikovsky Manfred Natalie Williams Whistleblower Tchaikovsky Manfred Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3

6 6 6 6 11 11 11 11

Prokofiev Piano Concerto Nomajor 3 Tchaikovsky Manfred Beethoven Beethoven Sonata Sonata No No 10 10 in in G G major Tchaikovsky Manfred Britten for and Piano Britten Suite Suite for Violin Violin and Piano Beethoven Sonata No 10 in G major Prokofiev Piano Sonata No in A Beethoven Sonata No 10 in33G Prokofiev Piano No inmajor A minor minor Britten Suite forSonata Violin and Piano Brahms Sonata 33 in D Britten forNo Violin BrahmsSuite Sonata No in and D minor minor Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 3Piano in A minor

34 34

Prokofiev PianoNo Sonata No 3 in A minor Brahms Sonata Janácek Taras Bulba Bulba3 in D minor Janácek Taras Brahms Sonata Piccolo No 3 in D minor Paul Stanhope Paul Stanhope Piccolo Concerto Concerto Taras Bulba Janácek Nocturne Dvórak Taras Bulba Janácek Nocturne Dvórak Paul Stanhope Piccolo Concerto Elgar Enigma Variations Paul Stanhope Piccolo Concerto Elgar Enigma Variations Nocturne Dvórak Nocturne Dvórak Elgar Enigma Variations 39 Mozart Mozart Symphony Symphony No No 39 Elgar Enigma Variations Debussy Prelude afternoon of Debussy Prelude to to the the afternoon of aa faun faun Mozart Symphony No 39 Stravinsky The of Spring Mozart Symphony No 39 Stravinsky The Rite Rite of Spring Debussy Prelude to the afternoon of a faun

11 11 & & 15 15

Debussy Prelude to the Stravinsky The Rite of afternoon Spring of a faun Stravinsky The Rite of Spring

34 34

11 & 15 11 & 15 11 11 11 11

Master Series 12 Master Series 12 4 Thursdays Series Thursdays Series 4 Master Series 12 Master Series 12 Thursdays Series 4 Thursdays Series 4 Composer in Focus 3 Composer Sibelius in Focus 3 Sibelius Composer in Focus 3 Composer in Focus 3 Sibelius Sibelius Zukerman’s Beethoven Zukerman’s Gala Series 4Beethoven Gala Series 4 Zukerman’s Beethoven Zukerman’s Beethoven Gala Series 4 Gala Series 4

December December Tuesday 3 December Tuesday 3 December

7.30pm 7.30pm

Elder Hall Elder Hall

Recitals ASO Recitals ASO

Tuesday 3 Tuesday 3 Friday 6 Friday 6 Saturday 7 Saturday Friday 6 7 Friday 6 Saturday 7 11 Wednesday Saturday 7 11 Wednesday

7.30pm 7.30pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 11.30am 8pm 11.30am

Elder Hall Elder Hall Festival Theatre Festival Theatre

Wednesday 11 Wednesday 11

11.30am Elder Hall 11.30am Elder Hall

Recitals ASO Recitals ASO Spectacular Series 6 Spectacular 6 Last Night ofSeries the Proms Last Night of the Proms Spectacular Series 6 Spectacular Series 6 Last Night of the Proms Last Night of the Proms Matinee Series Matinee Series Mozart @ Elder 3 Mozart @ Elder 3 Matinee Series Matinee Series Mozart @ Elder 3 Mozart @ Elder 3

Festival Theatre Festival Theatre Elder Hall Elder Hall

Friday 13 8pm Adelaide Friday 13 8pm Adelaide Entertainment Saturday 14 8pm Entertainment Centre Theatre Saturday 14 8pm Friday 13 8pm Adelaide Centre Theatre Friday 13 8pm Adelaide Entertainment Saturday 14 artists 8pm Programs and subject to change without notice. Entertainment Saturday 14 8pm Programs and artists subject toCentre change Theatre without notice. Centre Theatre Programs and artists subject to change without notice. Programs and artists subject to change without notice.

Spectacular Series 7 Spectacular Series 7 James Morrison's James Morrison's Christmas Cracker Spectacular Series 7 Christmas SpectacularCracker Series 7 James Morrison's James Morrison's Christmas Cracker Christmas Cracker

Jamie MacDougall Tenor Jamie Jamie MacDougall Cock Piano Tenor Jamie Cock Piano Jamie MacDougall Tenor Jamie MacDougall Tenor Jamie Cock Piano Jamie CockConductor Piano Guy Noble Guy Conductor JamieNoble MacDougall Tenor Jamie MacDougall Tenor Guy Noble Conductor Guy Noble Conductor Jamie MacDougall Tenor Jamie MacDougall Natsuko YoshimotoTenor Director/Violin Natsuko Yoshimoto Director/Violin Natsuko Yoshimoto Director/Violin Natsuko Yoshimoto Director/Violin Benjamin Northey Conductor Benjamin Northey Conductor James Morrison Trumpet James Morrison Trumpet Benjamin Northey Conductor Benjamin Northey Conductor James Morrison Trumpet James Morrison Trumpet

In the tradition of the Vienna In the traditionNew of the Vienna Philharmonic’s Year’s Day Philharmonic’s NewThe Year’s Day Blue Concert, including Beautiful In the tradition of the Vienna Concert, including The Beautiful Blue In the tradition of the Vienna Danube and Tritsch Tratsch Polka. Philharmonic’s New Year’s Day Danube and Tritsch Philharmonic’s NewTratsch Year’s Polka. Day Concert, including The Beautiful Blue Concert, including The Beautiful Blue Danube and Tritsch Tratsch Polka. Danube and Tritsch Tratsch Polka. Britten War Requiem Britten War Requiem Britten War Requiem Britten War Requiem

Sibelius Pohjola’s Daughter Sibelius Pohjola’s Daughter Britten Piano Concerto Britten Piano Concerto Brahms Symphony No 1 Sibelius Pohjola’s Daughter Brahms No 1 Sibelius Symphony Pohjola’s Daughter Britten Piano Concerto Britten Piano Concerto Brahms 1 Sibelius Symphony Pelleas and No Melisande Brahms Symphony No 1 Sibelius Pelleas Melisande Prokofiev Violinand Concerto No 1 Prokofiev Violin Concerto Sibelius Symphony No 5 No 1 Sibelius and Melisande Sibelius Pelleas Symphony No 5 Pelleas and Melisande Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1 Prokofiev Violin Concerto 1 Vivaldi Concerto for ViolinNo & Cello In Sibelius Symphony 5 Vivaldi Concerto forNo Violin Sibelius Symphony No 5 & Cello In Bb Major Bb Major Bruch Canzone forfor Cello in Bb MajorIn Vivaldi Concerto Violin & Cello VivaldiCanzone Concerto Violin & Cello Bruch forfor Cello in Bb MajorIn Bb Major Bruch Adagio on Celtic Melodies Bb Major Bruch Adagio onfor Celtic for Cello Bruch Canzone CelloMelodies in Bb Major Bruch Canzone for Cello in Bb Major for Cello MozartAdagio Violinon Concerto No 3 Bruch Celtic Melodies Bruch Adagio on Celtic Melodies Mozart Strassburg for CelloViolin Concerto No 3 for Cello Strassburg Beethoven Violin Concerto Mozart Violin Concerto No 3 Mozart Violin Concerto No 3 Beethoven Violin Concerto Strassburg Strassburg Beethoven Violin Concerto Beethoven Violin Concerto Kennedy Fraser’s Songs of the Hebrides Kennedy Songs of the Hebrides alongsideFraser’s works by Haydn, Schubert, alongside works by Haydn, Schubert, Schumann and Britten among others. Kennedy Fraser’s Songs of the Hebrides Schumann and Britten others. Kennedy Fraser’s Songs among of the Hebrides alongside works by Haydn, Schubert, alongside Haydn, Schubert, Last Nightworks of theby Proms including Schumann and Britten among others. Last of theBritten Promsamong including Schumann and others. PompNight and Circumstance March No 1 Pomp andBritannia Circumstance March No 1 and Night Rule Last of the Proms including and Britannia Last Rule Night of the Proms including Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 Pomp and Circumstance March Mozart Concerto for Violin No No 4 1 and RuleConcerto Britannia for Violin No 4 Mozart and Britannia in D Rule Major in D Major Britten Variations a theme Mozart Concertoon for Violinof No 4 MozartVariations Concertoonfor ViolinofNo 4 Britten a theme Frank Bridge in D Major in D Major Frank Bridge Britten Variations on a theme of Britten Variations on a theme of James Morrison celebrates Frank Bridge James Morrison Frank Bridge Christmas in thecelebrates jazziest of ways! Christmas in the jazziest of ways! James Morrison celebrates James Morrison celebrates Christmas in the jazziest of ways! Christmas in the jazziest of ways!

26 26 26 26

7 7 7 7

13 & 15 13 & 15 13 & 15 13 & 15 17 17 17 17 7 7 7 7

34 34 34 34 27 27 27 27 22 22 22 22 27 27 27 27


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