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- 85 mins, no interval Duration* Due to the nature of live music, the duration listed is an estimate only.
- Piano Solo Instrument
- Festival Theatre Location
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Unfortunately due to travel complications, soloist Jayson Gillham will not be able to join us for Brilliance and Tenderness – Symphony Series 2 on 9 & 10 April. However, we are delighted to announce that renowned Australian pianist Daniel de Borah will be stepping in to perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.17. We’re thrilled to hear Daniel bring to life this piano concerto which balances genial humour with the composer’s quintessential elegance.
Lili Boulanger was the younger sister of legendary composition teacher Nadia. Lili’s death at 24 robbed the world of a beautiful musical spirit; her picture of a spring morning gives you a glimpse into her radiant musical imagination.
If you love Dvořák’s symphony From the New World, you’ll be captivated by the strength and darkly glowing power of his Seventh Symphony. The radiant final bars tell of a hard-fought battle against adversity; truly, this is music for our times.
As a condition of entry all persons aged 12 and over will need to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a valid medical exemption to gain entry to this event.
- Patrons will need to show their COVID-19 digital certificate on their smart device (as part of the QR Code check in process) OR provide photo identification with a printed immunisation certificate.
- Those with an official medical exemption will need to show their certificate of exemption
- For the safety of our patrons and players, please do not attend a concert if you feel unwell or have cold or flu-like symptoms.
Program to include
- Boulanger D'un matin de Printemps (Of a spring morning)
- Mozart Piano Concerto No.17
- Dvořák Symphony No.7