Makeup artist extraordinaire(s) Mandy and Michelle from M&CO Style Bar recently gave our violinist, Janet Anderson, and contra-bassoonist, Jackie Newcomb, complete transformations into Ursula and Ariel.
Since we’ve got from China and South Korea, many of us at the ASO have been reflecting on what it takes to tour a symphony orchestra internationally. Where lay the challenges and what are the benefits?
Our Orchestra Librarian, Bruce Stewart, is excited to reveal the world premiere of ‘Chloe the Orchestra Dog’ on Monday November 18, Grainger Studio at the Friend of the ASO's upcoming concert.
What did our players see and do while on tour? Our Acting Principal Second Violin, Lachlan Bramble shares some photos and reflects on the ASO’s momentous tour of China and South Korea.
Every trip is not without its hiccups, and touring internationally with a symphony orchestra is not exempt! Paola Niscioli, our Director, Special Projects (International) was one of the team of people who worked to pull this tour together, and here she reflect on one of the more challenging - but most rewarding - parts of the trip.
Our historic tour to China and South Korea has reached its halfway point and our Managing Director, Vincent Ciccarello, reflects on what has been a whirlwind trip so far.
Our Managing Director, Vincent Ciccarello, weighed in on how tours such as this are beneficial both to the internal relations within the orchestra, and as a platform to cultivate cultural awareness and connection.
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