MORNING SYMPHONY SERIES
Ludovic Morlot Conducts Asher Fisch Conducts Debussy & Rachmaninov Dvorák’s New World �
Colourful impressions of Spain and Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances.
An uplifting, soul-stirring Romantic favourite.
Thursday 15 November 11am Perth Concert Hall
Thursday 11 October 11am Perth Concert Hall
DEBUSSY Images: Ibéria RACHMANINOV Symphonic Dances D
LACHLAN SKIPWORTH New Work DVORAK Symphony No.9 From the New World
Ludovic Morlot conductor (pictured)
Asher Fisch conductor (pictured)
Acclaimed French conductor Ludovic Morlot directs two exceptional works that revel in the vivid colours of a virtuoso orchestra.
Dvorák’s earthy and dynamic Ninth Symphony, � his musical love letter to the New World, was performed at WASO’s very first concert in 1928!
Debussy’s Ibéria is music of dazzling expressive power, drenched in the intoxicating sounds of Spain. Rachmaninov’s spirited orchestral masterpiece, Symphonic Dances, contains some of his finest and most original music. “The Frenchman swept the orchestra to great heights. The orchestra played with greater flexibility, adventure and boldness…” De Volkskrant (The Netherlands)
Ninety years later, it is still adored for its youthful energy and wistful Largo movement, simultaneously joyous and profound. The concert begins with an exciting world premiere from award-winning West Australian composer Lachlan Skipworth.
Asher Fisch appears courtesy of Wesfarmers Arts
World Artist Ludovic Morlot appears courtesy of Singapore Airlines.
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