Anthony Steel is Australia's most eminent and experienced festival director, and will join Guy Noble and the ASO on stage Wed 19 June at From Russia With Love.
“Silence” is both a meditation and orchestral concert, featuring some of the world’s most beautifully soothing and calming music.
In April we took The Bush Concert to schools across Adelaide to share a tale of community, adversity and inclusion. Based on Helga Visser’s beautiful Australian book of the same name, this participatory experience engages students through music composed by Adelaide’s Mark Simeon Ferguson.
87 year old ASO subscriber Richard Willing was just 14 years old when he attended the Beethoven festival in 1945 with his birthday money, and has been attending ASO concerts ever since.
Australian pianist, Simon Tedeschi, talks to In Daily ahead of his performance with us in Who Needs a Conductor, Anyway?
ASO Advocate, Marissa Menezes, took the time to recount her experiences at our recent performance of St John Passion.
On the International Day of Yoga, the ASO presents a concert with a difference. Silence is both a meditation and orchestral concert, featuring some of the world’s most beautifully soothing and calming music.
We never pick favourites when it comes to our audience members. But, when it comes to regular concert attendee, Molly, who is a Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) Guide Dog, we can't help but admit she's our cutest.
Andreas Ottensamer has captured worldwide audiences and critics alike with the singular beauty of tone that he coaxes from the clarinet.
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